Definition of a battuta in English:

a battuta

Syllabification: a bat·tu·ta
Pronunciation: /ˌä bäˈto͞otä
 
/

adverb

Music
(Typically as a direction) returning to strict tempo.
More example sentences
  • The vibraphone offers a misty rendition of the melody after the accordion, followed by a guitar section senza battuta, and then violin a battuta.
  • He uncovers another unusual aspect: this is a recitative written and performed ‘a battuta’.

Origin

Italian, literally 'to the beating'.

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