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marcato

adverb or adjective mar·ca·to \mär-ˈkä-(ˌ)tō\

Definition of MARCATO

:  with strong accentuation —used as a direction in music

Origin of MARCATO

Italian, past participle of marcare to mark, accent, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German marcōn to mark
First Known Use: circa 1840

Rhymes with MARCATO

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