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Noun(1) (music(2) the rate of some repeating event
(1) the tempo of life dictated by a heavy workload(2) His heart's tempo was picking up.(3) They upped the tempo in the second half.(4) Reports are filtering in this week of an increase in pace and tempo .(5) The fast tempo music was replaced by a soft ballad.(6) Listening to music with a slow tempo helps calm the mind.(7) The team is dictating the tempo and enjoying success in every aspect of its offense.(8) I tend to like dramatic music with contrasts in tempo and instrumentation.(9) Had I been allowed to up the tempo it might have been a different result.(10) The key is to choose a weight with which you're able to control the tempo and range of motion.(11) You are used to dominating a race, increasing and decreasing the tempo when you like.(12) The tempo of diplomatic activity increased.(13) The tempo and pace of the game had increased.(14) It's a creepy little dance, with the tempo constantly changing.(15) I laughed as we continued to dance, our tempo speeding up more as we went along.(16) He forced the pace and tempo of the affair throughout.
1. speed ::
2. pace ::
Different Formstempo, tempos
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