Definition of Scala. Meaning of Scala. Synonyms of Scala

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Definition of Scala

Scala
Scala Sca"la, n.; pl. Scal[ae]. [L., a ladder.] 1. (Surg.) A machine formerly employed for reducing dislocations of the humerus. 2. (Anat.) A term applied to any one of the three canals of the cochlea.

Meaning of Scala from wikipedia

- up Scala, scala, or scală in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Scala or SCALA may refer to: Renault Scala, multiple automobile models Škoda Scala, a Czech...
- Scala (/ˈskɑːlə/ SKAH-lah) is a strong statically typed general-purpose programming language which supports both object-oriented programming and functional...
- La Scala (UK: /læ ˈskɑːlə/, US: /lɑː -/, Italian: [la ˈskaːla]; abbreviation in Italian of the official name Teatro alla Scala [teˈaːtro alla ˈskaːla])...
- Gia Scala (born Josephine Grace Johanna Scoglio; March 3, 1934 – April 30, 1972) was a British-American actress. Scala was born March 3, 1934, in Liverpool...
- Scala Radio is a classical music digital radio station in the United Kingdom, owned and operated by Bauer Radio since its launch in March 2019. The station...
- The Škoda Scala is a small family car or compact hatchback manufactured by Czech automaker Škoda Auto. The car is intended to fit between the Fabia and...
- Scala is a freeware software application with versions supporting Windows, macOS, and Linux. It allows users to create and archive musical scales, analyze...
- The Scala Sancta (English: Holy Stairs, Italian: Scala Santa) are a set of 28 white marble steps that are Roman Catholic relics located in an edifice on...
- The FF Scala font family was named for the Teatro alla Scala (1776–78) in Milan, Italy. Like many contemporary Dutch serif faces, FF Scala is not an...
- the Gambino crime family. Scala was born in Fort Lee, New Jersey, to first-generation immigrants from Scala, Italy. Scala was married to Grace Ann Lino...