dolce vita

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dolce vi·ta

 (vē′tə, -tä)
A luxurious, self-indulgent way of life.

[Italian : dolce, sweet + vita, life.]

dolce vita

(ˈdɒltʃɪ ˈviːtə; Italian ˈdoltʃe ˈvita)
a life of luxury
[Italian, literally: sweet life]

dol•ce vi•ta

(ˈdɔl tʃɛ ˈvi tɑ)

n. Italian.
the good life (usu. prec. by la).

dolce vita

An Italian phrase meaning sweet life, used to mean a life of luxury and ease.
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A glitzy new nightclub called La Dolce Vita, it was the brainchild of three Wallsend businessmen brothers - David, Marcus and Norman Levey.
But come weekends - at least at La Dolce Vita - many Geordies would dig out their glad-rags and head out for an evening of drinking, dining, entertainment, and maybe even a spot of gambling.
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While a fish and chip shop comes second and there are plenty of pizza places in the list, it's Dolce Vita Desserts which comes top.
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TASTE TEST La Dolce Vita is a 1960 Italian comedy-drama film that literally translates from Italian to "the sweet life.