Translation of uptempo in Spanish:


con ritmo rápido, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈəpˌtɛmpoʊ/ /ˈʌptɛmpəʊ/


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    con ritmo rápido
    • ‘Poetas’ starts with a brooding arrangement for piano and cello, before the guitars come back and lift the track into uptempo jauntiness.
    • How satisfying is it to see the Nuggets once again playing the uptempo style they were known for in the '80s?
    • They attempted to sequence of the slower, darker songs interrupted by the faster, more uptempo ones to makes up for this.
    • And just when you're in danger of becoming so relaxed you might drop off altogether the mood just goes uptempo enough to keep your attention.
    • The colours are bright, the music uptempo and the lyrics consistently engaging here.
    • A delightful scene has them alone in the gym, dancing pas a deux to an uptempo rock tune and obviously having the time of their lives.
    • An uptempo song was playing, something from the eighties, Valerie thought.
    • They play four highly charged uptempo numbers before trooping off with furious demands for an encore.
    • Hence, the album is being billed as an uptempo CD which is meant to be played loud, if possible at club-volume, so you can get your feet on the floor and shake your booty.
    • I think he played a more rockish and uptempo set to fit in better with Los Straitjackets.
    • Alternating from soft and smooth, lounge-type music to more uptempo and angst filled boppy songs this album is filled with quirky little numbers and surprising twists.
    • ‘Green Shirt’ was next, then two other relatively uptempo songs.
    • They're very happy with the quality of the songs: ‘They sound even better than the first album, and we've included a couple of uptempo numbers this time,’ says Filan.
    • But then another of The Strokes' strengths is their ability to fuse desperate lyrics with uptempo music, barely allowing you the time to draw breath, or really contemplate the meaning.
    • To praise the uptempo songs and deplore the more balladic numbers would be to fall into the critical trap that admirers of the band have been stuck in for 20 years.