villa / ˈvɪl ə /


villa 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. a country residence or estate.
  2. any imposing or pretentious residence, especially one in the country or suburbs maintained as a retreat by a wealthy person.
  3. British. a detached or semidetached dwelling house, usually suburban.

villa 近义词

n. 名词 noun

country estate


  1. “Now, maybe three or four families are getting together to rent a villa or house that can accommodate everyone,” Salik says.
  2. In 2011, Yin Hongzhang asked Yin Weidong to lend him around $45,600 to buy a villa on Beijing’s northern outskirts, according to his testimony.
  3. Villa explains that while he may pull long hours, the real work starts after the last wedding guest leaves.
  4. Villa even has a team of shooters that assist and photograph from multiple angles.
  5. In 2018, after realizing the true scope of the renovations that were needed, Thompson and Villa went back to the City Council, hat in hand.
  6. Villa and Zapata looked on, smiling their papier mache smiles, sure they had seen something like this before.
  7. The faces of Villa and Zapata looked on from the opposite end of the square.
  8. The three were living it up at his Arcore villa outside Milan, made famous by his orgiastic Bunga-Bunga parties.
  9. One can even rent out the villa here or wander down from the Arc de Triomphe and peek through the fence.
  10. They will reportedly take a smaller group of friends to another villa outside Florence to continue the celebrations on Sunday.
  11. He inclosed it under a cover to the Marquis Santa Cruz, who had a villa in the neighbourhood.
  12. We don't call every tuppeny-hapenny villa inhabited by a nobleman a 'castle' as they do in Germany and Austria.
  13. It was a pretty house, stood a little apart from the forge, and was called Rock Villa.
  14. You had better go to the Villa Lambert and arrange for taking up our quarters there, if you like the place.
  15. The villa and its terrace were built of white stone, but a large portion of the walls was covered with ivy.