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spa

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Hair & beauty
spaspa /spɑː/ ●○○ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 a) a place where the water has special minerals in it, and where people go to improve their health by drinking the water or swimming in it 🔊 a historic spa town b) (also health spa) a place where people go to improve their health and beauty, especially through swimming, exercise, beauty treatments etc2 (also spa bath) American EnglishDCB a bath or pool that sends currents of hot water around you syn Jacuzzi
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spaResidents will be banned from filling swimming pools and spas, washing their vehicles at home and operating ornamental fountains.They all went individually to a Los Angeles spa called Ynessa.Available at a small charge and with special supervision given, the spa can provide you with a healthy breakaway in Amsterdam.And while many of the spa services seem geared to women, not all are.For more information, consult your travel agent; once aboard, talk to the spa and salon managers.The spa is a perfect complement to cruising.
From Longman Business DictionarySpASpACOMMERCE written abbreviation for SOCIETÀ PER AZIONI, used in the names of some Italian companies
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