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lar·go

 (lär′gō) Music
adv. & adj.
In a very slow tempo, usually considered to be slower than adagio, and with great dignity. Used chiefly as a direction.
n. pl. lar·gos
A largo passage or movement.

[Italian, from Latin largus, generous.]
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largo

(ˈlɑːɡəʊ) music
adj, adv
(Classical Music) to be performed slowly and broadly
n, pl -gos
(Classical Music) a piece or passage to be performed in this way
[C17: from Italian, from Latin largus large]
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lar•go

(ˈlɑr goʊ)
Music.
adj., adv.
1. slow; in a broad, dignified style.
n.
2. a largo movement.
[1675–85; < Italian; see large]

Lar•go

(ˈlɑr goʊ)

n.
a town in W Florida. 63,260.
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largo

broadly, and slower than adagio and lento
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.largo - (music) a composition or passage that is to be performed in a slow and dignified manner
music - an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner
musical composition, opus, piece of music, composition, piece - a musical work that has been created; "the composition is written in four movements"
musical passage, passage - a short section of a musical composition
Adj.1.largo - very slow in tempo and broad in manner
slow - at a slow tempo; "the band played a slow waltz"
Adv.1.largo - slowly and broadly
music - an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner
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Translations

largo

[ˈlɑːgəʊ] N (Mus) → largo m
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largo

nLargo nt
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