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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvenueven‧ue /ˈvenjuː/ ●●○ noun [countable]  PLACEa place where an organized meeting, concert etc takes placesporting/conference/concert etc venue The first thing to do is book a venue. The band will play (=perform at) as many venues as possible.venue for the venue for the latest round of talkssee thesaurus at place
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venueThe building's hall is still frequently a venue for those exercising their Nonconformist Consciences on current political controversies.Ministers have not yet agreed on a venue for the next Conference on European Security.Amateur organisers inevitably pick a venue for the wrong reasons.The bid document stated clearly that a private organizing committee, and not city government, would raise money and build venues.a 2500 seat concert venueThe restaurant is one of the few venues for jazz music in the area.The baseball and basketball team owners have said they will consider moving to another city unless they get new venues.There's even talk of using the coastal theme eatery as a film location and party venue.The concert's still on Saturday but the venue has been changed.play ... venuesOn the other hand, Bruce Springsteen has been playing outdoor venues in Britain for over 10 years now.To play small venues would invite élitism.
From Longman Business Dictionaryvenueven‧ue /ˈvenjuː/ noun [countable] a place where a large event is arranged to take placeAll parts of theconference venue have access for people with disabilities.
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