Origin of rallentandoIt, present participle of rallentare, to slow down from re- ( from Classical Latin re-), again + allentare, to slacken from Classical Latin ad-, to + lentus, slow
Origin of rallentandoItalian present participle of rallentare to slow down re- intensive pref. ( from Latin; see re- . ) allentare to slow down ( from Late Latin allentāre ) (Latin ad- ad- ) (Latin lentus slow )
- (music) slackening; becoming slower (used as a musical direction).