noun, plural lar·gos.
Origin of largo
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Contemporary Examples of largo
But Largo sees his new book on religion as a natural extension of his previous work.
Largo is now taking a few months off to figure out his next move.
Historical Examples of largo
He got out of the cab and entered the Villa on foot from the Largo di Vittoria end.A Set of Six
Of course, no one can be at a loss to distinguish a Largo from a Presto.The Orchestral Conductor
Alexander Selkirk was born at Largo, Scotland, in 1676, and bred to the sea.Curiosities of Human Nature
That was enough to restore my balance and enable me to attack the Largo.An Autobiography
There was a splash of dripping wire, and he swung up an arm with a cry of "Largo!"For Jacinta