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# What is 'più mosso' when translated from Italian to English?

## Answer

###### Wiki User

###### July 06, 2015 10:13PM

"More moved" is a literal English equivalent of the Italian
phrase *pi**ù mosso*. The adverb and masculine singular
past participle most famously refer to the quickened musical tempo
of more movement. The pronunciation will be "pyoo MOS-so" in
Italian.

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sorry for my bad English im am dutch and we are the only country
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