Definition of basso in English:

basso

Syllabification: bas·so
Pronunciation: /ˈbasō, bä-
 
/

noun (plural bassos or bassi /ˈbäsē/)

A bass voice or vocal part.
More example sentences
  • While accompanying a visiting Hungarian basso, I turned a page and the next page was missing!
  • Both sets obviously highlight Bulgarian basso's hat trick of singing three roles.
  • The traditional Puerto Rican group is a trio, made up of a qauttro (an eight-stringed native Puerto Rican instrument similar to a mandolin); a guitarra, or guitar; and a basso, or bass.

Origin

early 18th century: Italian, 'low', from Latin bassus 'short, low'.

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