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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Leisure
discothequedis‧co‧theque /ˈdɪskətek, ˌdɪskəˈtek/ noun [countable] especially British English  DLAPa disco
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discothequeThere was a private community club, equipped with a bar and a swimming pool and a discotheque.An auto rally driver with a penchant for crashing cars, Marko Milosevic owns a discotheque and several cafes in the town.This is sometimes done at discotheques, and it produces some dramatic effects.Men are not equipped with gorgeous ornaments or stereotyped courtship rituals, however it may look in the average discotheque.One evening, she made a rare outing to the local discotheque in her home town of Dusseldorf.There is a fresh water pool, tennis court, peak season beach restaurant and sound proofed discotheque.S., discotheques became popular as places you danced to recorded music, just like at a house party.Birmingham's nightclubs offer a variety of attractions, from spectacular discotheques to small live music venues.
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