Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A barrier island of northeast Italy separating the lagoon of Venice from the Adriatic Sea. The town of Lido, at the northern end of the island, is a fashionable resort.

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Examples

  • I worked at Quote Mare in Lido and Orange Cafe (right across from Cafe Rosso) in Campo Santa Margherita.

    The Venetian Spritz

  • Today’s Malamacco, on the barrier island chain next to the Lido, is really “New Malamacco”, built after the original disappeared.

    Veniceblog:

  • Today’s Malamacco, on the barrier island chain next to the Lido, is really “New Malamacco”, built after the original disappeared.

    Earthquakes in Venice

  • I learned on a 14-footer called Lido 14 at the University of California Yacht Club.

    Ellison Aims to Steer America's Cup to the Bay Area

  • I learned on a 14-footer called Lido 14 at the University of California Yacht Club.

    Ellison Aims to Steer America's Cup to the Bay Area

  • Joss crested the stairs onto the floor she now referred to as the Lido deck and made her way to her room.

    Aching for Always

  • Adjacent to the shopping wing of the Lido was a quiet path leading to the low-rise tower where Lotus and Albert lived.

    LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT

  • You could stay on the Lido, which is an island in the lagoon, and get a Vaperetto acoss to Venice, which is a joy in itself, and also have a beach holiday as there are beautiful beaches on the Lido.

    Help Me Plan My Trip to Italy

  • It housed a fancy restaurant called Lido di Lenno, and of course Davide was friends with the people who ran it, and of course we would have lunch, and of course it would not be possible for us to pay.

    The Italian Summer

  • Adjacent to the shopping wing of the Lido was a quiet path leading to the low-rise tower where Lotus and Albert lived.

    Archive 2009-05-28

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