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vibrato

See also: Vibrato

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Borrowed from Italian vibrato, past participle of vibrare meaning "to vibrate" or "to quiver"

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vibrato (plural vibratos)

  1. (music) The musical effect or technique where the pitch or frequency of a note or sound is quickly and repeatedly raised and lowered over a small distance for the duration of that note or sound.

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Italian vibrato, past participle of vibrare meaning "to vibrate" or "to quiver"

NounEdit

vibrato m (plural vibratos)

  1. (music) vibrato

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vibrato m (feminine vibrata, masculine plural vibrati, feminine plural vibrate)

  1. past participle of vibrare

NounEdit

vibrato m (plural vibrati)

  1. (music) vibrato

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vibrātō

  1. second-person singular present active imperative of vibrō
  2. third-person singular present active imperative of vibrō

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vibrato m (plural vibratos)

  1. (music) vibrato (musical effect where the pitch of a note is quickly and repeatedly raised and lowered)