Definición de presto en inglés:

presto

Saltos de línea: presto
Pronunciación: /ˈprɛstəʊ
 
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adverbio & adjetivo

Music
  • (Especially as a direction) in a quick tempo.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • The final presto measures will leave you breathless.
    • On the way to the golf course, my friend incidentally told me that public enemy number one for golfers is none other than the presto tempo.
    • The symphony follows a traditional four-movement scheme (Andante, Scherzo, Adagio, and a presto Finale).

sustantivo (plural prestos)

Music Volver al principio  
  • A movement or passage marked to be performed in a quick tempo.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Pick items that are sedate rather than fleet-footed prestos and floated pieces at mezza voce rather than full-throttle.
    • In reality, these three variations cannot be faster than Variation 1, since the corrente at a presto of metronome 108 is the absolute fastest of all Bach's simple-meter styles.
    • The finale presto becomes almost a topos to the Persichetti aficionado.

exclamación

Volver al principio  
  • another way of saying hey presto.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • When people decide to undertake an initiative, they naively think that all they have to do is go out and collect the requisite number of signatures and then presto you're on the ballot-wrong.
    • The ‘expert’ simply works their magic and presto the bank vault is open.
    • Just five easy steps and, presto the rivers are interlinked.

Origen

Italian, 'quick, quickly', from late Latin praestus 'ready', from Latin praesto 'at hand'.

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