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al·le·gro / əˈlegrō/ Mus. • adj. & adv. (esp. as a direction) at a brisk tempo. • n. (pl. -gros) a passage or movement in an allegro tempo.

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allegro

allegro (It.). Merry, i.e. quick, lively, bright. Often used as the title of a comp. or movement in that style. The superlative is allegrissimo.

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allegro

allegro XVII. — It., repr. L. alacer brisk (see ALACRITY).

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