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a place you go to in the evening to dance and drink
an area in a club, restaurant etc designed for people to dance on
a large room or building where people paid to go and dance to popular music in the past
British a place or event where people dance to popular music
a flat area for dancing
a tall pole with long thin pieces of cloth fastened to the top that people traditionally danced round in England, especially on May Day
a place where people go in the evening to dance, drink alcohol, or watch entertainers. Nightclubs often stay open very late.
informal a nightclub
a place where the audience is entertained by performers who take off their clothes while dancing to music
informal a strip club
English version of thesaurus of places where people dance
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reminding you of death in an unpleasant and frightening way
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