in crescendo translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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in crescendo

  
      adv  
ir in crescendo      to increase, spiral upwards  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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exp.
to increase
exp.
spiral upwards
exp.
to increase
exp.
get louder {o} greater {etc}
adv.
at the last minute
exp.
to get nothing for one's trouble
exp.
to be at death's door
exp.
to be left in the dark
exp.
accidents which happen on one's way to or from work
"in crescendo": examples and translations in context
Dos: que mi aliado pensaba actuar in crescendo. Two: my ally considered acting increasingly.
La vía se termina, la cámara empieza a subir, la música va in crescendo y el plano desde arriba dura exactamente lo mismo que el crescendo de Morricone. The track finishes, the camera starts going up on a crane, the music swells in a crescendo, and the timing of the crane shot was exactly matched to Morricone's crescendo, written in advance.
Y lo que sí está claro es que, si no se pone freno a este fenómeno, seguirá in crescendo como hasta ahora y, desde luego, no va a parar ni se va a atenuar. And what is clear is that, if this phenomenon is not stopped, it will continue in crescendo as it has done so far, and of course it is not going to stop or improve.
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