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adverb & adjectiveMusic
(especially as a direction) in a fairly slow tempo.
unhurriedly, without hurrying, at a leisurely pace, at a slow pace, leisurely, steadily, taking one's time, in one's own good timeView synonyms
- ‘We don't get anything substantially different thematically until the larghetto fourth movement.’
- ‘That's how our date went too: larghetto, andante, adagio, presto.’
A passage or movement marked to be performed in a fairly slow tempo.
Italian, diminutive of largo ‘broad’.
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