- the place of a crime or cause of action.
- the county or place where the jury is gathered and the cause tried.
- the designation, in the pleading, of the jurisdiction where a trial will be held.
- the statement naming the place and person before whom an affidavit was sworn.
Origin of venue
Examples from the Web for venues
Blacklace also hosts nights for Killing Kittens, a sex club of sorts with cabaret acts held at venues around the U.K.Inside London's Underground Burlesque and Fetish Scene|Liza Foreman|August 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Meanwhile, in the Bay Area I found over 75 venues for adults to play various games together.
Pamphlets were venues for advocacy and commentary on domestic affairs, but newspapers adopted a pose of just-the-facts neutrality.
The 2018 World Cup will be held in Russia and reports are already circulating about how behind schedule the venues are.Putin’s Sochi and Hitler’s Berlin: The Love Affair Between Dictators and the Olympic Games.|Garry Kasparov|February 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I have my dog on tour, which is a blast, but sometimes she likes to run into the venues and run around the stage.Hardcore Mixed With Honey: ‘Bitter Rivals’ and the Evolution of Sleigh Bells|Amy Zimmerman|October 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for venues
- the place in which a cause of action arises
- the place fixed for the trial of a cause
- the locality from which the jurors must be summoned to try a particular cause