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temponoun

uk   /ˈtem.pəʊ/  us   /-poʊ/ (plural tempos or specialized tempi )
[C] the ​speed at which an ​eventhappens: We're going to have to up the tempo (= ​workfaster) if we ​want to ​finish on ​time. [C or U] specialized music the ​speed at which a ​piece of ​music is ​played: a ​change in tempo
(Definition of tempo from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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temponoun [C/U]

 us   /ˈtem·poʊ/ (plural tempos)
the ​speed of a ​movement or ​activity: [U] Tracy ​likes the tempo of ​citylife. music Tempo is also the ​speed at which ​music is ​played, sometimes written as a ​number at the ​beginning of a ​piece: [C] It ​sounded like they were ​playing at different tempos.
(Definition of tempo from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “tempo”
en español tempo…
in Vietnamese tốc độ, nhịp độ…
in Malaysian tempo…
in Thai จังหวะ…
en francés tempo…
en alemán das Tempo…
en chino (simplificado) (事情发展的)节奏, 步调, (音乐的)速度,节奏…
en turco hız, tempo, (müzik) tempo…
en ruso темп…
in Indonesian tempo musik…
en chino (tradicionál) (事情發展的)節奏, 步調, (音樂的)速度,節奏…
en polaco tempo…
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