Definition of galleria in English:

galleria

Syllabification: gal·le·ri·a
Pronunciation: /ˌɡaləˈrēə
 
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noun

A covered or enclosed area, especially one with commercial establishments for shopping, dining, etc.
More example sentences
  • A glass roof links the hitherto separate building with the main volumes to form a luminous entrance galleria.
  • The university takes up three floors, connecting tower, podium and galleria.
  • I made a little sketch of the sign at the Java City galleria, came home, and started to work.

Origin

Italian (see gallery).

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