a plural of tempo.
noun, plural tempos, tempi
[tem-pee] /ˈtɛm pi/ (Show IPA)
Music. relative rapidity or rate of movement, usually indicated by such terms as adagio, allegro, etc., or by reference to the metronome.
characteristic rate, rhythm, or pattern of work or activity:
the tempo of city life.
Chess. the gaining or losing of time and effectiveness relative to one’s continued mobility or developing position, especially with respect to the number of moves required to gain an objective:
Black gained a tempo.
(in musical senses) the plural of tempo
noun (pl) -pos, -pi (-piː)
the speed at which a piece or passage of music is meant to be played, usually indicated by a musical direction (tempo marking) or metronome marking
rate or pace
In music, the speed at which a piece is performed. It is the Italian word for “time.”
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programming Pseudocode generated by an automated CASE system and requiring further hand-coding before compilation. (2008-10-22)