discotheque

[ UK /dˈɪskətˌɛk/ ]
[ US /ˈdɪskoʊˌtɛk/ ]
NOUN
  1. a public dance hall for dancing to recorded popular music
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How To Use discotheque In A Sentence

  • Disco comes from the word "discotheque;" a term used to describe the nightclubs people went to during the 60s and 70s. About.com Music Education
  • For evening entertainment there is a piano bar and, for the more energetic, a sound-proofed discotheque operates in the basement.
  • For evening entertainment there is a piano bar and, for the more energetic, a sound-proofed discotheque operates in the basement.
  • One evening, she made a rare outing to the local discotheque.
  • In this case, the police sent a mobile uniformed squad somewhere else so that the observers thought it was safe and then used 70 plainclothes officers to raid the discotheque.
  • The organisers have also arranged a lucky draw with prizes like tickets to movies, amusement parks and discotheques.
  • It has a restaurant, a bar, a sandy swimming pool and, on some nights, a discotheque.
  • The discotheque becomes a free space, to which adults have no access, except for a minute glance through the door.
  • As the evening deepened, guests migrated from the restaurants to the casino, bar, and discotheque.
  • I've booked the discotheque for the party.
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