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Largo, town (1990 pop. 65,674), Pinellas co., W Fla., on the Pinellas peninsula and the Gulf Coast, across the bay from Tampa; settled 1853, inc. 1905. It is a packing, canning, and shipping center in a citrus fruit and fishing area. Its beautiful beaches and many recreational facilities make it a popular resort spot.

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largo

lar·go / ˈlärgō/ Mus. • adv. & adj. (esp. as a direction) in a slow tempo and dignified in style. • n. (often Largo) (pl. -gos) a passage, movement, or composition marked to be performed in this way.

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Largo

Lar·go / ˈlärˌgō/ a resort city in west central Florida, southwest of Clearwater; pop. 65,674.

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largo

largo (It.). Broad. Slow, dignified in style; largo di molto, very slow and dignified, etc.

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Largo. ( Handel) Title universally applied to the many spurious, if pleasing, instr. arrs. of the aria Ombra mai fù (which in fact is marked larghetto), from Handel's opera Serse.

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largo

largo •Hidalgo •charango, Durango, fandango, mango, Okavango, quango, Sango, tango •GlasgowArgo, argot, cargo, Chicago, embargo, escargot, farrago, largo, Margot, Otago, Santiago, virago •Lego • Marengo •Diego, galago, Jago, lumbago, sago, Tierra del Fuego, Tobago, Winnebago •amigo, ego, Vigo •bingo, dingo, Domingo, flamingo, gringo, jingo, lingo •Bendigo • indigo • archipelago •vertigo • Sligo •doggo, logo •bongo, Congo, drongo, Kongo, pongo •a-gogo, go-go, pogo, Togo •Hugo •fungo, mungo •ergo, Virgo

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