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galleria

[ gal-uh-ree-uh ]
/ ˌgæl əˈri ə /
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noun
a spacious passageway, court, or indoor mall, usually with a vaulted roof and lined with commercial establishments.
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Origin of galleria

1900–05; <Italian. See gallery
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British Dictionary definitions for galleria

galleria
/ (ˌɡæləˈriːə) /

noun
a central court through several storeys of a shopping centre or department store onto which shops or departments open at each level

Word Origin for galleria

C20: from Italian; see gallery
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