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Loud. Used as a dynamic directive in sheet music in its abbreviated form, {f.}, to indicate raising the volume of the music. (abbreviated in musical notation with an f, unicode character 1D141)

This passage is forte, then there's a diminuendo to mezzo piano.

A passage in music to be played loudly; a loud section of music

This forte marks the climax of the second movement.

The strong part of a sword blade, close to the hilt
A strength or talent

He writes respectably, but poetry is not his forte.


The musicians played the passage forte.

a strong point
The cost of a new blade
used as a direction in music; to be played relatively loudly
(it ) - Loud Abreviated: f [back]
The half of the blade nearest to the hilt; the strongest area of the blade
Italian for "loud "
You can say that a particular activity is your forte if you are very good at it. Originality was never his forte. = strong point
the stronger and more rigid portion of the blade nearest the bell guard
the lower, strong part of the blade
an asset of special worth or utility; "cooking is his forte"
A piece of music that is played forte is played loudly
The stronger part of the blade of a sword; the part of half nearest the hilt; opposed to foible
{i} individual's strong point, talent; strongest part of a blade (located between the middle and the hilt); strong and forceful passage (Music)
(Italian): Loud - or, literally, "strong "
( f ) - Loud, strong, more so than mezzo-forte
loudly, powerfully, forcefully (Music)
The Italian term for "loud," indicated in the musical score by the marking "f "
the stronger part of a sword blade between the hilt and the foible
{s} loud, forceful, powerful (Music)
Loud (Italian)
used chiefly as a direction or description in music; "the forte passages in the composition"
The strongest part of your weapon The third of the blade nearest the guard
Loud, strong
f Loud
A dynamic marking, meaning "loud "
Loudly; strongly; powerfully
(music) with great loudness
The Italian term for "loud" (literally "strong") This is indicated in a musical score by the marking "f" [Dynamics Notation]
The strong point; that in which one excels
loud; opposite is piano
the stronger part of a sword blade between the hilt and the foible (music) with great loudness an asset of special worth or utility; "cooking is his forte"
– Dynamic marking meaning “loud;” notated as f
forte 2,adverb adjective
played or sung loudly   piano
forte fortissimo
very loudly (Music)
forte piano
loud then immediately soft (Music)
A fortified defensive structure stationed with troops
mezzo forte
Louder then mezzo piano, but softer than forte
{n} a fortified place, fortification, castle
{i} part of the names of several cities in the USA (i.e. Fort Worth)
eau forte
An etching or a print from an etched plate
enclose by or as if by a fortification
An enclosed area built for protection
station (troops) in a fort gather in, or as if in, a fort, as for protection or defense
a fortified defensive structure
There are two kinds of FORTs: constants and non-atomic terms (NATs)
a strong place or a permanent army post
{i} fortress, stronghold, fortified place; army base
gather in, or as if in, a fort, as for protection or defense
A fort is a strong building or a place with a wall or fence around it where soldiers can stay and be safe from the enemy
station (troops) in a fort
a place that is strongly defended by military
a fortified military post where troops are stationed
If you hold the fort for someone, or, in American English, if you hold down the fort, you look after things for them while they are somewhere else or are busy doing something else. His business partner is holding the fort while he is away. a strong building or group of buildings used by soldiers or an army for defending an important place hold the fort hold (33) (fortis ). Fort Lamy Fort Knox Fort Lauderdale Fort Matanzas National Monument Fort McHenry Fort Stanwix Treaties of Fort Sumter National Monument Fort Wayne Fort Worth Fort de France
A strong or fortified place; usually, a small fortified place, occupied only by troops, surrounded with a ditch, rampart, and parapet, or with palisades, stockades, or other means of defense; a fortification
Any permanent army post
plural of forte
mezzo forte
moderately loud (Music)
not my forte
not my strong point
peine forte et dure
(French; "strong and hard punishment") Formerly in English law, punishment inflicted on those accused of a felony who refused to enter a plea. By a statute of 1275, the peine was usually to imprison and starve the prisoner until he submitted; in 1406 pressing by heavy weights was added to this. In one of the few instances of its use in the American colonies, during the Salem witch trials, 80-year-old Giles Corey, who had decided not to stand trial rather than forfeit his family's goods, was pressed to death by interrogators. The practice was abolished in 1772
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Muzik) forte
mus. forte
(Shoe) Stiffener. Counter stiffener. A shaped and molded component, usually of impregnated fabric, film, sandwich or leather board, placed between the lining and upper material at the back of the shoe to improve shape retention of the quarters
mezzo forte