lido

lido

[lee-doh]

Origin:
1925–30; after the Lido

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Lido

[lee-doh; Italian lee-daw]
noun
a chain of sandy islands in NE Italy, between the Lagoon of Venice and the Adriatic: 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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Lido
famous resort island off Venice, from It., from L. litus "shore."
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LIDO definition


An input language for the attribute evaluator generator LIGA (a successor of GAG and a subsystem of the Eli compiler-compiler). LIDO is derived from GAG's input language ALADIN.
["LIDO: A Specification Language for Attribute Grammars", U. Kastens , Fab Math-Inf, U Paderborn (Oct 1989)].
(1994-10-20)
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