Definition for "crescendo"
Music A gradual boost, especially in the quantity…
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But credit continued to tighten, reaching…
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Music A gradual boost, especially in the quantity or intensity of noise in a passage.
Music A passage played with a gradual boost in volume or intensity.
A steady increase in intensity or force: "insisted [that] all paragraphs ... should be structured as a crescendo rising to a climactic last sentence” ( Henry A. Kissinger).
Usage Problem The climactic point or minute after such a progression: "The assaults ... began in December ... and achieved a crescendo during [the president's] September see” ( International Affairs).
An instruction to try out gradually more loudly, denoted by an extended, slim angle along with its apex on left ( < ).
A gradual increase of anything, specifically to a dramatic orgasm.
The orgasm of a gradual enhance.
A gradual upsurge in the strength and fullness of tone with which a passage is completed.
A passage to be done with constantly increasing number of tone.
A passage described as increase of force.
(music) a gradual upsurge in loudness
slowly increasing in volume, power, or intensity.
slowly increasing in volume
musical With a crescendo.
To build up to or reach a point of great intensity, force, or volume: "The designer-name craze crescendoed in the mid-seventies” ( Bernice Kanner).
To increase in power, to reach or go for a crescendo.
With a constantly increasing volume of sound; with slowly increasing power and fullness of tone; -- a direction for the overall performance of songs, indicated by the level, or by composing your message regarding rating.
In music, slowly increasing in effect or loudness; inflammation. Often abbreviated to cres. or cresc., or represented because of the personality .