Definition of casa
Recent Examples of casa from the Web
Our casa particular in the historic town of Trinidad was a mansion that once served as the Spanish consulate.
The bomboloni della casa are Italian doughnuts, which the kitchen stuffs with Sicilian pistachio cream and rolls in sugar.
Taxi drivers and casa owners can make more money in a day than a doctor—
Your casa or hotel will likely be able to help you out here.
My destination was a rebuilt casa dei contadini outside the medieval town of Cortona, bought by Nancy in 1971 (for $5,000!).
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Origin and Etymology of casa
Spanish & Italian, from Latin, cottage
First Known Use: 1843See Words from the same year
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