from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. allegro
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An element in compound words of Greek origin, meaning other, another.
- n. In chem., a prefix proposed by Michael to designate an unexplained isomerism.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Meanwhile the _concierge_ was 'allo'-ing lustily into the telephone.
It's moniker, "allopathic," comes from the words allo, meaning against, and path, meaning pathology or illness.
I saw these lips smile and poke out the window saying "'allo" to me but I was then also momentarily transfixed by the glinting bistro lights reflected on the onyx skin of Stephanie's car.
People get offended if you don't get through the generic 'allo' and figure it out.
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As wrong as it sounds, the initiative process allo ...
Introduzione allo studio fitosoziologico della Pianura Veneta orientale con particolare riguardo alla vegetazione litoranea.
The classic "Allo allo allo" of the opening staple "Once Bitten, Twice Shy," prompted cheers from the well-over-40-something crowd and there was no turning back.
This charming locale has a front bar frequented by jolly red-nosed men drinking the Venetian spritz (prosecco with Aperol, Select or Campari and a dash of seltzer) and eating cicchetti, the local version of tapas: mini sandwiches, crostini with leek-gorgonzola-walnut and radicchio-mascarpone-walnut creams, mussels with tomato and cheese sauce, and risotto allo scoglio, or shellfish.
The sense ought clearly to be roughly parallel with that of the phrase used a little before, ouden allo pragmateuontai e, etc.
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