troppo

1 [trop-oh; Italian trawp-paw]
adverb Music.
too much; excessively.

Origin:
< Italian; Old Italian dial.: much, very, probably < Old Provençal trop orig., herd, flock; see troop

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troppo

2 [trop-oh]
adjective Australian Slang.
mentally disturbed.

Origin:
1940–45; trop(ic) + -o, orig. in reference to the supposed psychological effects of life in tropical climates, especially military service

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troppo1 (ˈtrɒpəʊ)
 
adv
music See non troppo too much; excessively
 
[Italian]

troppo2 (ˈtrɒpəʊ)
 
adj
slang (Austral) mentally affected by a tropical climate

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Allegro non troppo the first movement is in the concerto variant of sonata form.
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