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molto

adverb mol·to \ˈmōl-(ˌ)tō, ˈml-\

Definition of MOLTO

:  much, very —used in music directions

Origin of MOLTO

Italian, from Latin multum, from neuter of multus much
First Known Use: circa 1801

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