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nightclub

[ nahyt-kluhb ]
/ ˈnaɪtˌklʌb /
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noun
Also night club . an establishment for evening entertainment, generally open until the early morning, that serves liquor and usually food and offers patrons music, comedy acts, a floor show, or dancing; nightspot.
verb (used without object), night·clubbed, night·club·bing.
to visit nightclubs.
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Origin of nightclub

An Americanism dating back to 1880–85; night + club

OTHER WORDS FROM nightclub

nightclubber, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for nightclub

nightclub
/ (ˈnaɪtˌklʌb) /

noun
a place of entertainment open until late at night, formerly offering food, drink, a floor show, dancing, etc, but now usually featuring loud amplified music for dancing

Derived forms of nightclub

nightclubber, noun
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