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English

Etymology

From Italian alto, "high"

Pronunciation

Noun

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Singular
Alto

Plural
Altos

Alto (plural Altos)
  1. musical part or section higher than tenor and lower than soprano. Originally called contratenor altus, high countertenor, the part that performed a countermelody above the tenor or main melody.
  2. person or instrument that performs the alto part

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Galician

Etymology

From Latin altus.

Adjective

Patrono:Gl-adj

  1. tall

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Italian

Etymology

Latin altus, "high"

Pronunciation

Adjective

alto m (f alta, m plural alti, f plural alte)

  1. high, tall
  2. deep
    uno stagno alta 4 metri - a pond 4 meters deep
  3. loud
    ad alta voce - in a loud voice

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Portuguese

Etymology

From Latin altus

Adjective

alto m. and f. (plural [[altPatrono:Pt-adj/o]]; comparable)

  1. loud
  2. tall
  3. high

Inflection

Adverb

Alto (comparative mais Alto superlative o mais Alto)

  1. loud; loudly

Interjection

alto!

  1. halt!

Spanish

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈalto/

Adjective

Alto m. (feminine alta, masculine plural Altos, feminine plural altas)

  1. high
  2. tall
    Las chicas son altas - Those girls are tall
  3. loud
    En voz alta – In high voice; out loud

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¡alto!

  1. stop!de:alto

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