- a large hall, living room, or reception room.
Origin of sala
1605–15; < American Spanish, Spanish: living room, hall < Old Provençal < Germanic, or directly < Germanic; see salon
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Examples from the Web for sala
Next door to the museum is a clone of the Cavern Club, the Beatle Café and the Sala John Lennon stand-up comedy theatre.Catch Beatles Fever! Ten Essential Travel Destinations for Beatlemaniacs
January 3, 2014
Sala simply makes those games more obvious, and a bit surreal.
One nice, anti-surreal detail from Sala: Thanks to skewed gears in its innards, his off-kilter clock tells perfect time.
It is the room next the sala where I will have Perez and Conrad brought.
The door from the sala was slightly ajar, and the voice of Fidelio was heard there.
Rotil entered the sala from the patio, and stood just inside, looking about him.
He caught the priest by the arm in an iron grip and whirled him towards the sala.
I saw them carrying trays full of good things into the sala.'Nostromo: A Tale of the Seaboard