English version

tempo

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Music
tempotem‧po /ˈtempəʊ $ -poʊ/ noun (plural tempos) [countable]  1 APMthe speed at which music is played or should be played2 SPEEDthe speed at which something happens the easy tempo of island life
Examples from the Corpus
tempoThe quietness of the house, to which she stood listening, was a new quietness with an alien tempo.His elegiac tempo for the largo of the Cello Sonata allows him a sustained outpouring of feeling.From the start, Dallas controlled the tempo of the game.What, then, I wondered, controls the tempo of life in the deep sea?The tempo of operations was fast, impressive.The tempo of the chase increases.
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