(music) A musical piece or movement in such a tempo.
(music) Strong and stately.
Origin of largo
Italian from Latin largusgenerous
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Largo Sentence Examples
Largo is one of the worst Bond movie villains.
For the next twelve years (passed chiefly in London or at Largo, with an occasional visit to the continent of Europe) he continued his physical studies, which resulted in numerous papers contributed by him to Nicholson's Philosophical Journal, and in the publication (1804) of the Experimental Inquiry into the Nature .and Properties of Heat, a work which gained him the Rumford Medal of the Royal Society of London.
He died at Coates, a small property which he had acquired near Largo, on the 3rd of November 1832.