from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. Music Very; much. Used chiefly in directions.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Much; very.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In music, very; much: as, allegro molto, very fast.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. much
"Grazie molto -- _molto_!" murmured Irene, which meant "Thanks awfully," and was one of the very few Italian phrases which she knew.
(Annunziata measured off an inch on her finger), "he who always eats a great deal, -- _eh, ma molto, molto_," and, separating her hands, she measured off something like twenty inches in the air.
_molto molto duro_, 'meaning _very loud_ (his Italian is not very much more correct, you know, than his other languages), and how Napoleon took off his hat to him directly.
"Opening with a pianissimo, we soon reach _a con molto expressione_, a _crescendo_, a _molto furore_ quickly following.
Molto fastidioso, soprattutto per me che ho una password molto lunga e devo utilizzarlo praticamente ogni giorno.
Sergio Marchionne is what you could call molto bene as far as chief executives go.
Usually Stefano Gabbana likes to define his collection as "molto" (very) sexy.
Come docente di Matematica e Fisica sono molto lieto di esprimere un parere, consentitemi in Italiano, sulla eccezzionalità delle Demonstrations da simulare con Mathematica Player.
If you are feeling intrepid, there's a molto charming Venetian wine bar and restaurant below a sidewalk in Chinatown.
La scelta del Presidente Obama di nominare Solicitor General Elena Kagan alla Corte Suprema preccupa alcuni osservatori non tanto per le poco conosciute e molto discusse inclinazioni politiche di Kagan, ma piuttosto [...]