[ fahl lah ]
/ fɑl ˈlɑ /
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[ fah-yuh; Spanish fah-lyah ]
/ ˈfɑ yə; Spanish ˈfɑ lyɑ /
Ma·nuel de [mah-nwelde], /mɑˈnwɛl dɛ/, 1876–1946, Spanish composer.
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How to use fal la in a sentence
As soon as she is well enough I shall carry her over to Mistress Falla's.
Sometime, when opportunity offered, I would ask Jeanne Falla.
All of which was gall and wormwood to young Torode, as Jeanne Falla quite well knew and intended.
Falla pouco, e bem, ter-te-ha por alguem—Speak little and well; they will take you for somebody.
Jeanne Falla looked out as they passed and called out to know what was happening.
British Dictionary definitions for fal la
/ (Spanish ˈfaʎa) /
Manuel de (maˈnwɛl de). 1876–1946, Spanish composer and pianist, composer of the opera La Vida Breve (1905), the ballet The Three-Cornered Hat (1919), guitar and piano music, and songs
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