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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

voi•làvwɑˈlɑ; Fr. vwaˈla(interj.)

or voi•la

  1. (used to express success or satisfaction.)

    Category: Foreign Term

Origin of voilà:

1825–35; < F


  1. voila(Interjection)

    "Lo! There it is", ta-da, presto

  2. Origin: voilà


  1. Voila

    Voila is the seventh studio album by the American singer Belinda Carlisle, released in 2007. It was Carlisle's first studio album in over a decade, and is a covers album of "classic French chansons and pop standards", much different from Carlisle's previous English language pop records. Although all of the songs are sung in French, many of the musicians featured on the album are Irish. The English musician Brian Eno also performs keyboards on the album.

Anagrams of voilà

  1. Ivalo

  2. viola, Viola

Translations for voilà

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary


(with the subject of the sentence following the verb except when it is a pronoun) used at the beginning of a sentence, usually with be or go , to draw attention to, or point out, someone or something

There she goes now! There it is!

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