villa en Español

Pronunciación
s. casa de campo, carmen, chalet, hotel, hotelito, quinta, villa

villa en Inglés

Pronunciación
n. villa, small town

Ejemplos

¿Qué, no sabes que eres el hazmerreír de toda la villa?
Don't you know that you are the laughingstock of the whole town?
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Él es sin duda el hombre de más edad en la villa.
He is unquestionably the oldest man in the village.
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Tal vez los ancianos de la villa intervengan para reconciliarlos.
Maybe the village elders will intervene to reconcile them.
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Esa villa es el último bastión enemigo.
That village is the enemy's last stronghold.
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El terreno se volvió una villa.
The land became a slum.
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El terreno se volvió una villa.
The land became a village.
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La noticia causo alerta a lo largo de la villa.
The news caused alarm throughout the village.
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La villa se encuentra a varios kilómetros lejos del mar.
The villa is located several kilometers from the sea.
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La villa se ubica en lo alto de las montañas.
The village is located high up in the mountains.
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Aquí solía haber una villa antes de que construyeran la presa.
There used to be a village here before the dam was made.
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Sinónimos

pretentious and luxurious country residence with extensive grounds: country house
Brazilian composer (1887-1959): Heitor Villa-Lobos
detached or semidetached suburban house: house
Mexican revolutionary leader (1877-1923): Pancho Villa, Francisco Villa, Doroteo Arango
country house in ancient Rome consisting of residential quarters and farm buildings around a courtyard: country house



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