allegro /əˈlɛɡrəʊ, əˈleɪɡrəʊ / ‹Music›

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I. adverb, adjective

(especially as a direction) at a brisk speed.
II. noun

a movement, passage, or composition marked to be performed allegro.
– origin Italian, literally ‘lively, gay’.

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