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stag night

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstag nightˈstag night noun [countable]  British EnglishMARRY a night before a man’s wedding, which he spends with his male friends, drinking or having a party
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stag nightTwo mornings ago David Gower and his stag night team-mates were groaning under their bedcovers.The tough rugby player at first put the pain of his acute appendicitis down to the after-effects of his stag night.He sat shame-faced as a court heard that his career was in tatters because of the stag night brawl.The operation came to an end on 8 October 1988, when Mazur faked his own wedding stag night.On the wedding day, he was holding his head and nudging his friends about the wild stag night they'd enjoyed.
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