[tiv-uh-lee; for 1 also Italian tee-vaw-lee]
a town in central Italy, E of Rome: ruins of Roman villas.Ancient Tibur.
a park and entertainment center in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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Examples from the Web for tivoli
Contemporary Examples of tivoli
In December last year, it was sold to Greenwill, part of the Italian Tivoli group, for £18 million.
You must buy tickets to enter Tivoli, which are 95 kroner, or approximately $20.
Historical Examples of tivoli
The vale of Tempe, Tivoli and Rome are earth and water, rocks and sky.
The Italians extended their positions on Hill 174, north of Tivoli.
Do not let us say any more about it, but allow me to treat you as at Tivoli.
I was drunk, deplorably drunk, and I was bound for the Tivoli.
The Palace of Adrian, at Tivoli, might have been p. 28hidden in one of its courts.
British Dictionary definitions for tivoli
a town in central Italy, east of Rome: a summer resort in Roman times; contains the Renaissance Villa d'Este and the remains of Hadrian's Villa. Pop: 49 342 (2001)Ancient name: Tibur
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