listen to the pronunciation of assai
التركية - التركية
Birlikte kullanıldığı terimin anlamına aşırılık kazandıran bir müzik terimi
Birlikte kullanıldığı terimin anlamına aşırılık kazandırır: Adagio assai çok yavaş, çok ağır
çok hızlı
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
In music, a tempo direction equivalent to "very"
A direction equivalent to very; as, adagio assai, very slow
assai palm
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Acai Palm (or Açai Palm or Assai Palm) is a member of the genus Euterpe, which contains 7 species of palms native to tropical Central and South America, from Belize south to Brazil and Peru, growing mainly in floodplains and swamps. The genus is named after the muse Euterpe of Greek mythology. Euterpe are tall, slender, attractive palms growing to 15-30 meters, with pinnate leaves up to 3 meters long. Many of the palms that were once in the genus Euterpe have been reclassified into the genus Prestoea (Riffle, 2003). The species Euterpe oleracea is usually called Açaí Palm, after the Portuguese derivation of the Tupi word ïwasa'i, fruit that cries or expells water. The vernacular name is also sometimes spelled Assai Palm in English
pianissimo assai
chiefly a direction or description in music; very soft



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    [ ä-'sI ] (adverb.) circa 1724. Italian, from Vulgar Latin ad satis enough; more at ASSET.

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