noun (plural tempos or tempi-pē)
Mid 17th century (as a fencing term denoting the timing of an attack): from Italian, from Latin tempus 'time'.
Words that rhyme with tempodowntempo, uptempo
Entry from British & World English dictionary
noun (plural tempos)trademark
- Motorcycles, cars, tempos and lorries are vying for parking space.
- The only vehicles with whom I lose out are call centre cabs and tempos.
- About forty-five vehicles, including motorbikes, auto-rickshaws and tempos, were burned
An invented word.
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