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up-tempo

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishup-tempoup-ˈtempo adjective  FAST/QUICKmoving or happening at a fast rate music with an up-tempo beat
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up-tempoup-tempo gospel songsIn the second half, the Mustangs were able to extend their lead to 30 with a more up-tempo offense.He said he has missed the up-tempo pace he was allowed to dictate.A dynamic performer whose voice can galvanise up-tempo songs, Brenda was known as Little Miss Dynamite.UConn might face some opponents who like such an up-tempo transition, but Virginia is not one of them.
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