At a fast, lively tempo.
From italian allegro, from latin alacer ("lively, brisk"), from alere ("to nourish"). the musical term allegro originally meant a fast, lively tempo, and has also come to be used as an adverb meaning in a lively or brisk manner.
- The pianist played the sonata allegro.
- She danced allegro across the stage.
- He spoke allegro and with great enthusiasm.
- The music was allegro and lively.
- The children played allegro in the park.