Latent vs Largo - What's the difference?
As an adjective latent
is existing or present but concealed or inactive.
As a verb largo is
Existing or present but concealed or inactive.
* 2008 July 2, Joe Palca, “Scientists Make Herpes Breakthrough”, abstract, All Things Considered , National Public Radio
- Those infected with a herpes virus are infected for life. That’s because the virus goes "latent ." Sometimes, it awakes from its slumber, producing painful illnesses.
*(concealed) hidden, invisible
*(concealed) apparent, patent, visible
(music) a very slow tempo
(music) a musical piece or movement in such a tempo
(music) strong and stately