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tutti

play
adjective or adverb tut·ti \ˈtü-tē, ˈtu̇-; ˈtü-ˌtē, ˈtu̇-\

Definition of tutti

  1. :  with all voices or instruments performing together —used as a direction in music



Origin and Etymology of tutti

Italian, masculine plural of tutto all, from Vulgar Latin *tottus, alteration of Latin totus


First Known Use: circa 1724


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tutti

noun tut·ti

Definition of tutti

  1. :  a passage or section performed by all the performers



1816

First Known Use of tutti

1816


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