She comes in three mornings a week, whirlwinds around, and voila!
Kerry had his tough words for Netanyahu, both about Iran and about Palestine, and voila—it worked.
And voila, no one in this country wanted to issue bearer bonds any more.
"Eh, sure," the engaged populace responded, and voila: Free votes for Creigh Deeds!
In the mid-'90s, it got remixed on an independent label and, voila—a whole other round of gay pride performances.
voila son chiffre, Henri-Charles Moubray—et voila le cimier du famille.'
The distinction of voila and voici is expressed by ottama and ottana.
The stories have met; I take up the ends of them; I twine them together, and, voila!
Les prjugs, voila les voleurs; les vices, voila les meurtriers.
He jumped up, pointed to the page, and cried out, "voila mon affaire!"
1739, French, imperative of voir "to see" + la "there."