poco


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po·co

 (pō′kō)
adv. Music
To a slight degree or amount; somewhat. Used chiefly as a direction.

[Italian, from Latin paucus; see pau- in Indo-European roots.]
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poco

(ˈpəʊkəʊ; Italian ˈpɔːko) or

un poco

adj, adv
(Music, other) music (in combination) a little; to a small degree: poco rit; un poco meno mosso.
[from Italian: little, from Latin paucus few, scanty]
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po•co

(ˈpoʊ koʊ)

adv. Music.
somewhat; rather: poco presto.
[1715–25; < Italian: little < Latin paucus few]
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References in classic literature ?
"Vostro amico," he repeated over and over again; and then, "Poco tempo, poco tempo, poco tempo!"
When they speak of one that cannot do amiss, they will throw in, into his other conditions, that he hath Poco di matto.
And you, you old yellow poco moonshine!" he said, giving a shove to the mulatto woman to whom Emmeline was chained, "don't you carry that sort of face!
"CON tal que las costumbres de un autor," says Don Thomas de las Torres, in the preface to his "Amatory Poems" "sean puras y castas, importo muy poco que no sean igualmente severas sus obras" -- meaning, in plain English, that, provided the morals of an author are pure personally, it signifies nothing what are the morals of his books.
The POCO F1 smartphone has been around in the market for a year now and is currently celebrating its "POCOversary".
Release date- 31072019 - Poco F1 gets lucrative price cut as part of Poco Days Sale.
From afar, the POCO F1 seems like any standard Android-powered device in the market.
Steve Goodwin, their keeper at London Zoo, said: "Ria must have fallen pregnant just weeks after giving birth to Poco. We suspected she was pregnant, so kept a close eye on her.
The Poco F1 was actually first revealed in Europe a few weeks ago under the name Pocophone F1.