Etymology
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largo

in music instructions, "slowly and dignified," 1680s, from Italian largo, literally "broad" (see large (adj.)).

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Definitions of largo
1
largo (n.)
(music) a composition or passage that is to be performed in a slow and dignified manner;
2
largo (adv.)
slowly and broadly;
3
largo (adj.)
very slow in tempo and broad in manner;
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