[vi-vah-chey; Italian vee-vah-che]
adverb, adjective
(a musical direction) vivacious; lively.

1675–85; < Italian < Latin vīvāc-, stem of vīvāx, long-lived, lively; see vivacity Unabridged
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vivace (vɪˈvɑːtʃɪ)
adj, —adv
music to be performed in a brisk lively manner
[C17: from Italian, from Latin vīvax long-lived, vigorous, from vīvere to live]

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Example sentences
If picking the load up was executed with allegro, then the off-load is an exercise in vivace and meticulousness.
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