ritard


ritard
ri·tard

English syllables. 2014.

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  • ritard. — rit. or ritard., ritardando …   Useful english dictionary

  • ritard — noun Date: circa 1890 ritardando …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • ritard. — сокр. от ritardando …   Словарь иностранных музыкальных терминов

  • ritard — rə̇ˈtärd, ˈrēˌt noun ( s) Etymology: by shortening : ritardando …   Useful english dictionary

  • retard — [“ritard] 1. n. a rude nickname for a retarded person. (Derogatory and unkind.) □ That retard is having a rough time. □ Don’t call my brother a retard! 2. n. a stupid person. (Also a term of address.) □ Don’t be a retard! Get with it! …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • ritardando — ● ritardando adverbe (italien ritardando, en retardant) Terme d interprétation indiquant qu il faut retenir le mouvement. ⇒RITARDANDO, adv. MUS. En ralentissant progressivement le mouvement (abrév. ritard., rit.). Le jeu s apaise, en descendant,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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  • ritardando — ri|tar|dạn|do 〈Abk.: rit.; Mus.〉 langsamer werdend [ital., „zögernd“] * * * ri|tar|dạn|do <Adv.> [ital., zu: ritardare < lat. retardare = (ver)zögern] (Musik): das Tempo verzögernd; langsamer werdend (Abk.: rit., ritard.) * * *… …   Universal-Lexikon

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