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bandstand

[ band-stand ]
/ ˈbændˌstænd /
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noun
a platform, often roofed, for outdoor band performances.
a raised platform in a nightclub, restaurant, etc., used by the members of a band or orchestra while performing.
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Origin of bandstand

First recorded in 1855–60; band1 + stand
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British Dictionary definitions for bandstand

bandstand
/ (ˈbændˌstænd) /

noun
a platform for a band, usually out of doors and roofed
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