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Li·do

 (lē′dō)
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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lido

(ˈliːdəʊ)
n, pl -dos
Brit a public place of recreation, including a pool for swimming or water sports
[C20: after the Lido, island bathing beach near Venice, from Latin litus shore]
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Noun1.lido - a recreational facility including a swimming pool for water sports
recreation facility, recreational facility - a public facility for recreation
natatorium, swimming bath, swimming pool - pool that provides a facility for swimming; "`swimming bath' is a British term"
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
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Translations

lido

[ˈliːdəʊ] N (swimming) → piscina f (al aire libre), alberca f pública (Mex), pileta f pública (Arg); (boating) → centro m de balandrismo; (= resort) → balneario m
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lido

[ˈliːdəʊ] npiscine f en plein air, complexe m balnéaire
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lido

nFreibad nt
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lido

[ˈliːdəʊ] n (esp Brit) (swimming pool) → piscina (all'aperto); (part of the beach) → lido, stabilimento balneare
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References in classic literature ?
"For-ever have the Mahars, who dwell beyond the Lidi Plains which lie at the farther rim of the Land of Awful Shadow, taken heavy toll of our people, whom they either force into lifelong slavery or fatten for their feasts.
Northwest of the coast and embracing a part of Thuria lay the Lidi Plains, upon the northwestern verge of which was situ-ated the Mahar city which took such heavy toll of the Thurians.
Kolk gave me a sign to his father--a lidi, or beast of burden, crudely scratched upon a bit of bone, and be-neath the lidi a man and a flower; all very rudely done perhaps, but none the less effective as I well knew from my long years among the primitive men of Pellucidar.
The lidi is the tribal beast of the Thurians; the man and the flower in the combination in which they ap-peared bore a double significance, as they constituted not only a message to the effect that the bearer came in peace, but were also Kolk's signature.
There--incredibly naked--was the beauty Lidi, Korsunsky's wife; there was the lady of the house; there shone the bald head of Krivin, always to be found where the best people were.
In this way they were like unto thipdars, in that to the hairless lidi.
During the same month of August last year, her other firm, Lidi Estates Ltd received Sh2.9 million in a US dollar account at Equity Bank.
coins were first used in the country following the conquest of Lidi by
Two full-size chrome tanned wet blue sheep skin crust leather were obtained from Ethiopian leather industry development institute (LIDI), Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.