Rinforzando

/ˌrɪnfɔːtˈsandəʊ/

Origin

1795–1805; < Italian: reinforcing (gerund of rinforzare, equivalent to ri- re- + inforzare to enforce) (Source: dictionary.com)

Late 18th century. From Italian rinforzando, gerund of rinforzare to strengthen from ri- + in- + forza. (Source: lexico.com)

Definitions of Rinforzando

Rinforzando

adjective, adverb

  1. sforzando.
  2. a less common term for sforzando

dictionary.com

Rinforzando

noun

  1. A sudden stress or brief crescendo made over the space of a short phrase; (sometimes also) a sudden increase in volume; a direction to make this. Frequently abbreviated rf, rfz.

lexico.com

Rinforzando

adjective (or adverb)

  1. : played with a sudden increase of force —used as a direction in music usually for special emphasis of a note, chord, or short phrase —abbreviation rf or rfz — compare sforzando

merriam-webster.com

Example sentences for Rinforzando

  1. This was the piano of the scandal; the rinforzando would break forth as soon as the first course had been removed.

Nearby words

rina , rinceau , rind , rinderpest , rinehart , ring , ring a bell , ring abscess , ring back , ring binder

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