[plah-zuh, plaz-uh] /ˈplɑ zə, ˈplæz ə/
a public square or open space in a city or town.
an area along an expressway where public facilities, as service stations and rest rooms, are available.
/ˈplɑːzə; Spanish ˈplaθa/
an open space or square, esp in Spain or a Spanish-speaking country
(mainly US & Canadian)
1830, from Spanish plaza “square, place,” from Vulgar Latin *plattia, from Latin platea “courtyard, broad street” (see place (n.)).
[Spanish plah-sah th e taw-raws, plah-thah; English plah-zuh dey tawr-ohs, tohr-, plaz-uh] /Spanish ˈplɑ sɑ ðɛ ˈtɔ rɔs, ˈplɑ θɑ; English ˈplɑ zə deɪ ˈtɔr oʊs, ˈtoʊr-, ˈplæz ə/ noun, plural plazas de toros [Spanish plah-sahs th e taw-raws, plah-thahs; English plah-zuh z dey tawr-ohs, tohr-, plaz-uh z] /Spanish ˈplɑ sɑs ðɛ ˈtɔ rɔs, ˈplɑ […]
- Plaza Lasso
[plah-sah lah-saw] /ˈplɑ sɑ ˈlɑ sɔ/ noun 1. Galo [gah-law] /ˈgɑ lɔ/ (Show IPA), 1906–87, Ecuadorian statesman and diplomat, born in the U.S.: president 1948–52.
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