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[sah-luh] /ˈsɑ lə/
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 Unabridged
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  • It is the room next the sala where I will have Perez and Conrad brought.

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  • The door from the sala was slightly ajar, and the voice of Fidelio was heard there.

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  • Rotil entered the sala from the patio, and stood just inside, looking about him.

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  • He caught the priest by the arm in an iron grip and whirled him towards the sala.

    The Treasure Trail Marah Ellis Ryan
  • I saw them carrying trays full of good things into the sala.'

  • The priest is with her now; and the Signor Dottore is waiting, in the sala.

    The Genius

    Margaret Horton Potter
  • sala got five pounds for the Judge's want of humour, not for mine.

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