Examples of villa in a Sentence
They rented a seaside villa for two weeks.
a millionaire with a luxurious villa in Mexico
Recent Examples of villa from the Web
Don’t expect to find a decent villa for less than $600,000.
She’s currently working on permanent public artworks in the U.K., transforming a ‘30s villa in DF, a Martin Luther King memorial in Germany, and designing Stiff, a furniture line crafted from textile concrete.
That year DeJoria was in the midst of building a monument to his success, a 22,000-square-foot villa overlooking Malibu Canyon.
When the remains of a grand Roman villa were unearthed during construction work for a parking garage, in 2006, the city was finally convinced that its old museum was sadly inadequate for the active archaeological dig that is Nîmes.
Puttnam installed himself in Greta Garbo’s old villa in Coldwater Canyon and spent the following year telling anyone who would listen that serious films could be popular and popular films could be serious.
In Olathe, the city is working to strengthen tree and landscape requirements and to deal with an increase in single-family attached dwellings such as villas and duplexes.
Mamma Mia! is the story of Sophie, who's about to get married on an island in Greece where her mom, Donna, owns a villa.
The resort also has a cluster of high-end villas - the adults-only oasis has its own private pool and a residential setting complete with private check-in.
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VILLA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of villa for English Language Learners
: a large house or estate that is usually located in the country
: a house that you can rent and live in when on vacation
: a house in the city with a yard and garden
VILLA Defined for Kids
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