Word: staccato

Category: staccato

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Synonyms: staccato

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Translations: staccato

spanish
en staccato, entrecortado, de staccato, el staccato


german
abgehackt

french
saccadé

italian
in staccato, di staccato, staccata, staccati

portuguese
em staccato, destacado, stacatto, de staccato

russian
стаккато, отрывистый, трескучий

norwegian
stakkato

swedish
stackato, stackatoljud, staccaton

finnish
staccatona, tyypilliseen katkonaiseen

danish
stakkatolyd, stakkato

czech
stakátový, staccata, Staccatový, staccatové

hungarian
szaggatott, szaggatottan, szaggatós

turkish
kesik kesik, kesik, kesik ve kuvvetli, stakato

greek
κοφτός, στακάτο, κοφτή, διακεκομμένος

ukrainian
стаккато, стакато

albanian
stakato

bulgarian
стакато, насечено, стакатото, отсечено, писукащата

belarusian
стаката

estonian
Pinge tõustes lisatakse hüppelisele

croatian
stakato

lithuanian
Staccato

macedonian
стакато, продолжен

romanian
sacadat, de Staccato, Stacatto, sacadate

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The meaning and "use of": staccato

adverb
  • with each sound or note sharply detached or separated from the others.

noun
  • a piece or passage marked to be performed staccato.

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