[tahr-doh; Italian tahr-daw]
- slow (used as a musical direction).
Origin of tardo
1840–50; < Italian: slow < Latin tardus
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Examples from the Web for tardo
"It's true we've seen no slaves, that we know about," said Tardo.
"There are two classes of people on this planet, and we've seen only one," said Tardo.
"My recommendation will be of considerable importance to you," said Tardo as they ate.
Tardo had seemed most intent on the question of slavery, and Peo looked for signs of it.
"There will be no inspection tour tomorrow, and I shall recommend against aid at this time," replied Tardo.