[luh-zahn-yuh, lah-] /ləˈzɑn yə, lɑ-/
large, flat, rectangular strips of pasta.
a baked dish consisting of layers of this pasta, cheese, tomato sauce, and usually meat.
“pasta cut in long, wide strips; a dish made from this,” 1760 (as an Italian word in English), from Italian (plural is lasagne), from Vulgar Latin *lasania, from Latin lasanum “a pot,” from Greek lasanon “pot with feet, trivet.”
[luh sal; for 1, 2 also French la sal] /lə ˈsæl; for 1, 2 also French la ˈsal/ noun 1. (René) Robert Cavelier [ruh-ney raw-ber ka-vuh-lyey] /rəˈneɪ rɔˈbɛr ka vəˈlyeɪ/ (Show IPA), Sieur de, 1643–87, French explorer of North America. 2. a city in S Quebec, in E Canada: suburb of Montreal. 3. a city […]
- La scala
/la ˈskaːla/ noun 1. the chief opera house in Italy, in Milan (opened 1776)
[las-ker] /ˈlæs kər/ noun 1. an East Indian sailor. 2. Indian English. an artilleryman. /ˈlæskə/ noun 1. a sailor from the East Indies n. East Indian sailor, 1620s, from Portuguese lachar, from Hindi lashkari “soldier, native sailor,” from lashkar “army, camp,” from Persian lashkar. Cf. Arabic al-‘askar “the army,” perhaps from Persian.
- Large-scale integration
noun, Electronics. 1. . noun 1. (electronics) the process of integrating several thousand circuits on a single silicon chip LSI