- (of the performance of a passage for stringed instruments) with the bow.
Origin of arco
1730–40; < Italian: bow < Latin arcus. See arc
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Examples from the Web for arco
Not so the Arco San Andres, the other great gate, to the starboard.Northern Spain
Edgar T. A. Wigram
The arch, in the wall close to the temple, is known as Arco dei Pantani.Walks in Rome
Augustus J.C. Hare
I had with me two of the younger Eskimos, Arco and Kudlooktoo, two sledges and sixteen dogs.The North Pole
Robert E. Peary
Arco, a town of Tyrol, near Lake Garda, a favourite winter resort of invalids.
Under the Arco Oscuro the country loomed in sight; the first trees were visible beyond the walls.The conquest of Rome