largando

[ lahr-gahn-doh; Italian lahr-gahn-daw ]
/ lɑrˈgɑn doʊ; Italian lɑrˈgɑn dɔ /

adjective Music.

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Origin of largando

1890–95; <Italian, present participle of largare<Late Latin largāre to make broad; see large
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