[boh-dey-guh; Spanish baw-th e-gah] noun, plural bo·de·gas [-guh z; Spanish -gahs]
1. (especially among Spanish-speaking Americans) a grocery store.
2. a wineshop.
[guh-zey-boh, -zee-] noun, plural ga·ze·bos, ga·ze·boes.
1. a structure, as an open or latticework pavilion or summerhouse, built on a site that provides an attractive view.
2. a small roofed structure that is screened on all sides, used for outdoor entertaining and dining.
[gon-dl-uh or especially for 1, gon-doh-luh] noun
1. a long, narrow, flat-bottomed boat having a tall, ornamentalstem and stern and sometimes a small cabin for passengers,rowed or poled by a single person who stands at the stern,facing forward: used especially on the canals of Venice, Italy.
[gawr-guh n-zoh-luh] noun
a strongly flavored, semisoft variety of Italian milk cheese veinedwith mold.
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