Musical Direction gradually slower and with more power
Origin of allargandoItalian ; from present participle of allargare, to broaden
In a gradually broadening style and slowing tempo. Used chiefly as a direction.
Origin of allargandoItalian, present participle of allargare, to broaden : al-, to (from Latin ad-; see ad–) + largare, to broaden (from largo, broad, from Latin largus).
(comparative more allargando, superlative most allargando)
Borrowed from Italian allargando, present participle of allargare (“to broaden”)