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Meanings of Larget:

noun

A piece of bar iron that has been cut to a length to form a blank to be subsequently heated and rolled into a sheet of iron; a sheet bar.

Meanings of Larghetto:

adverb

(especially as a direction) in a fairly slow tempo.

Usage examples:

The movement has no separate tempo marking, but is normally played larghetto
adjective

Played fairly slowly.

Usage examples:

It is tempting to concentrate on the larghetto start to the finale
noun

A passage or movement marked to be performed in a fairly slow tempo.

Larghettos

lɑːˈɡɛtəʊ

Meanings of Larghettos:

noun

A passage or movement marked to be performed in a fairly slow tempo.

adverb

(especially as a direction) in a fairly slow tempo.

Usage examples:

The movement has no separate tempo marking, but is normally played larghetto
adjective

Played fairly slowly.

Usage examples:

It is tempting to concentrate on the larghetto start to the finale

Largish

ˈlɑː.dʒɪʃ

Meanings of Largish:

adjective

Fairly large.

Usage examples:

A largish dog

Meanings of Largition:

noun

The bestowal of gifts or largesse; bountiful giving; bribery; an instance of this.

Largo

ˈlɑːɡəʊ

Meanings of Largo:

adverb

(especially as a direction) with a slow tempo and dignified style.

Usage examples:

Now, the pianist will either feel daunted or liberated by the fact that prélude no.4 bears no time …
adjective

Played with a slow tempo and dignified style.

Usage examples:

A hauntingly beautiful english horn solo was the highlight of the famous largo movement
noun

A passage, movement, or composition marked to be performed with a slow tempo and dignified style.

Usage examples:

The second movement, largo, is begun by the piano in a delicate shift away from the minor theme: th…

Largos

ˈlɑːɡəʊ

Meanings of Largos:

noun

A passage, movement, or composition marked to be performed with a slow tempo and dignified style.

Usage examples:

The second movement, largo, is begun by the piano in a delicate shift away from the minor theme: th…
adverb

(especially as a direction) with a slow tempo and dignified style.

Usage examples:

Now, the pianist will either feel daunted or liberated by the fact that prélude no.4 bears no time …
adjective

Played with a slow tempo and dignified style.

Usage examples:

A hauntingly beautiful english horn solo was the highlight of the famous largo movement

Lari

ˈlɑːriː

Meanings of Lari:

noun

The basic monetary unit of georgia, equal to 100 tetri.

Usage examples:

The lari, the georgian currency, is worth a little under us $0.50.

Lariat

ˈlarɪət

Meanings of Lariat:

noun

A rope used as a lasso or for tethering.

Usage examples:

Their stocky indian driver, pigtailed and black-hatted, followed them astride a mule and quirted th…

Lariats

ˈlær.i.ət

Meanings of Lariats:

noun

A rope used as a lasso or for tethering.

Usage examples:

Their stocky indian driver, pigtailed and black-hatted, followed them astride a mule and quirted th…

Lark

lɑːk

Meanings of Lark:

noun

A small ground-dwelling songbird with elongated hind claws and a song that is delivered on the wing, typically crested and with brown streaky plumage.

Usage examples:

In addition to communicating through song, larks will raise the crest of feathers in their head dur…
verb

Enjoy oneself by behaving in a playful and mischievous way.

Usage examples:

He's always joking and larking about in the office

Meanings of Lark about:

phrasal verb

To behave in a silly way because you think it is funny

Usage examples:

I was woken up by a couple of drunks larking around in the street., we were just larking about - we…

Meanings of Lark around:

phrasal verb

To behave in a silly way because you think it is funny

Usage examples:

I was woken up by a couple of drunks larking around in the street., we were just larking about - we…

Meanings of Larked:

verb

Enjoy oneself by behaving in a playful and mischievous way.

Usage examples:

He's always joking and larking about in the office
noun

A small ground-dwelling songbird with elongated hind claws and a song that is delivered on the wing, typically crested and with brown streaky plumage.

Usage examples:

In addition to communicating through song, larks will raise the crest of feathers in their head dur…
phrasal verb

To behave in a silly way because you think it is funny

Usage examples:

I was woken up by a couple of drunks larking around in the street., we were just larking about - we…

Meanings of Larking:

verb

Enjoy oneself by behaving in a playful and mischievous way.

Usage examples:

He's always joking and larking about in the office
noun

A small ground-dwelling songbird with elongated hind claws and a song that is delivered on the wing, typically crested and with brown streaky plumage.

Usage examples:

In addition to communicating through song, larks will raise the crest of feathers in their head dur…
phrasal verb

To behave in a silly way because you think it is funny

Usage examples:

I was woken up by a couple of drunks larking around in the street., we were just larking about - we…

Meanings of Larks:

noun

A small ground-dwelling songbird with elongated hind claws and a song that is delivered on the wing, typically crested and with brown streaky plumage.

Usage examples:

In addition to communicating through song, larks will raise the crest of feathers in their head dur…
verb

Enjoy oneself by behaving in a playful and mischievous way.

Usage examples:

He's always joking and larking about in the office

Meanings of Larkspur:

noun

An annual mediterranean plant of the buttercup family, which bears spikes of spurred flowers. it is closely related to the delphiniums, with which it has been bred to produce a number of cultivated hybrids.

Usage examples:

Will the poppy seeds come up planted where the larkspur grows?

Larkspurs

ˈlɑːk.spɜːr

Meanings of Larkspurs:

noun

An annual mediterranean plant of the buttercup family, which bears spikes of spurred flowers. it is closely related to the delphiniums, with which it has been bred to produce a number of cultivated hybrids.

Usage examples:

Will the poppy seeds come up planted where the larkspur grows?

Larn

lɑːn

Meanings of Larn:

verb

Dialect form of learn.

Larrikin

ˈlær.ɪ.kɪn

Meanings of Larrikin:

noun

A boisterous, often badly behaved young man.

Usage examples:

James was something of a larrikin

Meanings of Larrikinalian:

noun

A boisterous, often badly behaved young man.

Usage examples:

James was something of a larrikin

Larrikins

ˈlarɪkɪn

Meanings of Larrikins:

noun

A boisterous, often badly behaved young man.

Usage examples:

James was something of a larrikin

Meanings of Larrup:

verb

Thrash or whip (a person or animal).

Usage examples:

Chrissie was being larruped with nick's belt

Larruped

ˈlarəp

Meanings of Larruped:

verb

Thrash or whip (a person or animal).

Usage examples:

Chrissie was being larruped with nick's belt

Larruping

ˈlarəp

Meanings of Larruping:

verb

Thrash or whip (a person or animal).

Usage examples:

Chrissie was being larruped with nick's belt

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