noun, plural li·dos. British.
Origin of lido
Definition for lido (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for lido
Who, finding that every poolside chair on the Lido deck is occupied, could disagree?
The Balenciaga was from the 60s and [Elizabeth] Taylor wore it for dinner at the Lido with Richard Burton.
Jacques and Marguerite agreed for once to take a real holiday and spent the whole of September in Venice, at the Lido.Derrida’s ‘Of Grammatology’ and the Birth of Deconstruction|Benoît Peeters|December 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
We take our boat to the Lido where were transfer by car to the red carpet.
The film played in the historic sala grande on the Lido, which is an 1,100-seat theater—a very formal screening with a full house.
And didst thou sleep on the Lido, that thou wert abroad so early?The Bravo|J. Fenimore Cooper
The architect was the famous Michele Sammicheli who also designed the Lido's forts.A Wanderer in Venice|E.V. Lucas
The four vessels passed through the channel of the Lido with their colours flying.
I then went to the Lido, and had a glorious swim in the heavy sea that was rolling in.William Sharp (Fiona Macleod)|Elizabeth A. Sharp
In half an hour he arranged for as large a quantity as the Lido would carry.