from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A sloth. See
sloth, n., 4.
- In music, slow: noting passages to be so rendered.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective (Mus.) Slow; -- a direction to perform a passage slowly.
- noun (Zoöl.) A sloth.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun archaic A
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Come giudichi questo tardo horse opera criminal il suo attore simbolo, Franco Nero?
Siempre de oído, como si fuera una adivinanza con sonidos; es que casi no leo música: soy muy mala y tardo mil años (falta de constancia, supongo).
Se vi interessa, un altro EP uscirà nel tardo 2008.
I thought I'd try what I did with the pet thing, so I typed in the full name of the boy I loved in 2nd grade, and this tardo popped up with the same name!
From Devoto-Oli, Dizionario della Lingua Italiana: Cassazione = Composizione strumentale simile alla serenata e al divertiment, diffusa in Germania nel tardo Settecento.
"But I 'm doubting it's a bit too late -- troppo tardo," he said to
The fact is, that Machiavelli, as is usual with those against whom no crime can be proved, was suspected of and charged with atheism; and the first and last most violent opposers of _The Prince_ were both Jesuits, one of whom persuaded the Inquisition "benchè fosse tardo," to prohibit the treatise, and the other qualified the secretary of the Florentine republic as no better than a fool.
I buy the Guardian when I'm not in a bate about drivel like this because I want well written soundly researched intelligent copy, not the poltical equivilant of whether some surgically ehanced tardo has a new bloke and is in luvvv.
Eso sí, tardo bastante más tiempo en dejarlo como me gusta, a diferencia del mucho más amigable Linux Mint
I ate a bunch of each that night for dinner because I was starving since I was a tardo and hadn't eaten all day.