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villanoun [C]

uk   /ˈvɪl.ə/ us   /ˈvɪl.ə/
a house, usually in the countryside or near the sea, especially in southern Europe, and often one that people can rent for a holiday: They have a villa in Spain.
(Definition of villa from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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villanoun [C]

us   /ˈvɪl·ə/
a large house, usually in a rural area or near the sea
(Definition of villa from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “villa”
in Korean 빌라…
in Arabic فيلاّ…
in Malaysian vila…
in French villa…
in Russian вилла…
in Chinese (Traditional) 別墅, 花園住宅…
in Italian villa…
in Turkish villa…
in Polish willa…
in Spanish villa, chalet, casa de campo…
in Vietnamese biệt thự…
in Portuguese casa de praia, casa de campo, vila…
in Thai บ้านพักตากอากาศ…
in German die Villa…
in Catalan torre, xalet…
in Japanese 別荘…
in Chinese (Simplified) 别墅, 花园住宅…
in Indonesian vila…
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