Definition of la-la land in English:

la-la land

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Pronunciation: /ˈlɑːlɑːland
 
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noun

[mass noun] North American informal
1Los Angeles or Hollywood, especially with regard to the film and television industry: the magazine’s special Hollywood issue has sent la-la land into a state of apoplexy
1.1A fanciful state or dreamworld: he looks like he’s in la-la land the whole time
More example sentences
  • But anyone who thinks those words are evidence that he was somehow enamoured of the regime is living in la-la land.
  • And anyone who thinks that research can or will be done elsewhere is living in la-la land.
  • I stayed with him as they put the little cone over his nose to send him to kitty la-la land and all was well.

Origin

la-la, reduplication of LA (i.e. Los Angeles).

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