movimento

noun mo·vi·men·to \ˌmōvəˈmen‧(ˌ)tō\

Definition of movimento

plural

-s

  1. :  tempo

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Origin and Etymology of movimento

Italian, literally, movement, from movere to move (from Latin movēre) + -mento -ment — more at move


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