Definition of galleria in English:

galleria

Line breaks: gal|le¦ria
Pronunciation: /ˌgaləˈriːə
 
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noun

A collection of small shops under a single roof; an arcade.
More example sentences
  • Toplit, the galleria is fundamentally part of the mall with its roof taken off and built up with layers of university to form a much more noble space than the drearily functional and rather dark volume there before.
  • Besides, DFS's more than 150 duty-free shops in airports and center-city ‘gallerias’ selling a wide range of brands are not an easy fit for most global retailers.
  • Many of the older houses along the coast have elaborate glassed-in balconies or gallerias, La Coruña is famous for them.

Origin

Italian (see gallery).

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