con·ti·nu·o[1]

  1. forthwith
  2. to be after
  3. to join
  4. without delay

Synonyms for continuo

  • confestimimmediately, rapidly, speedily, without delay
  • connectobind, to join
  • iunctumcinnect, harness, to join, to mate, unite, yoke
  • iungocinnect, harness, to join, to mate, unite, yoke
  • iunxicinnect, harness, to join, to mate, unite, yoke
  • subjungoto join, yoke

Similar to continuo

  • continuusconnected together, continuous, next, uninterrupted
  • conticeoto be silent
  • contineoaffect, befall, border on, confine, connect, contain, grasp, hold together, include, infect, join, keep together, reach, restrain, surround, to contian, to hold, to hold back, to keep in, to keep togethere, to touch
  • conticiniumevening, first part of the night
  • contigibefall, border on
  • continenscontiguous, continent
  • continentiacontinence
  • concioto stir up
  • congruoagree, coincide, conform
  • consuostitch, to sew together