There are 2 main definitions of troppo in English:

troppo1

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Pronunciation: /ˈtrɒpəʊ
 
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adverb

[usually with negative] Music
(In directions) too much; excessively: allegro ma non troppo
More example sentences
  • The opening Allegro non troppo is particularly memorable whilst the Andante has some moments of true poetic beauty.
  • Of course, Shostakovich's biting and grotesque satire rears its head as well, particularly in the 3rd Movement Allegro non troppo.
  • The relentless energy and fury of the Allegro non troppo recalled the Scherzo of Shostakovich's Tenth Symphony.

Origin

Italian.

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There are 2 main definitions of troppo in English:

troppo2

Line breaks: troppo
Pronunciation: /ˈtrɒpəʊ
 
/

adjective

Australian /NZ informal
Mentally disturbed, supposedly as a result of spending too much time in a tropical climate: have you gone troppo?
More example sentences
  • Nan went troppo, picked him up and threw him across the verandah.
  • Before long the first fish was landed on the bank, a beauty of 7kg and about a metre long, this started a fishing frenzy and the kids went troppo chasing and riding oversized carp all over the tank.
  • The ladies in the crowd went troppo.

Origin

1940s: from tropic1 + -o.

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