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largo

[ lahr-goh ]
/ ˈlɑr goʊ /
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Definition of largo

adjective, adverb
slow; in a broad, dignified style.
noun, plural lar·gos.
a largo movement.
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Origin of largo

From Italian, dating back to 1675–85; see origin at large

Other definitions for largo (2 of 2)

Largo
[ lahr-goh ]
/ ˈlɑr goʊ /

noun
a town in W Florida.
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British Dictionary definitions for largo

largo
/ (ˈlɑːɡəʊ) music /

adjective, adverb
to be performed slowly and broadly
noun plural -gos
a piece or passage to be performed in this way

Word Origin for largo

C17: from Italian, from Latin largus large
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