slargando

adjective (or adverb) slar·gan·do \slärˈgän(ˌ)dō\

Definition of slargando

  1. :  allargando —used as a direction in music

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Origin and Etymology of slargando

Italian, making slow, widening, verbal of slargare to make slow, widen, from s- (from Latin ex-) + largare to widen, loosen, from Latin largus abundant, generous — more at lard


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