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ac·cel·er·an·do / äkˌseləˈrändō; ak-; äˌchelə-/ Mus. • adj. & adv. with a gradual increase of speed (used chiefly as a direction). • n. (pl. -dos or -di / -dē/ ) a passage to be performed with such an acceleration.

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accelerando, accelerato (It.). Accelerating, accelerated; i.e. getting gradually quicker.