Voila meaning

vwä-lä
Used to call attention to or express satisfaction with something that is presented or something that has been accomplished.

Mix the ingredients, chill, and—voilà!—a light, tasty dessert.

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Behold; there it is.
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(borrowed) Lo, there it is; ta-da; presto; behold; bam!
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Origin of voila

  • French voi second person sing. imperative of voir to see (from Old French voyeur) there (from Old French la, lai) (probably from Latin illāc by that way) (illā) (ablative sing. feminine of ille that al-1 in Indo-European roots) (-ce deictic particle)

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From the French voilà.

    From Wiktionary