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dance hall

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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dance hallˈdance hall noun [countable]  TBBDANCEa large public room where people paid to go and dance in the past
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dance hallIt was in a dance hall, a direct hit.The changing styles in the fifties and sixties affected this great dance hall like all the rest.Here the taxi dance hall represented little more than clandestine prostitution.I walked inside the dance hall.
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