English version

nightlife

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Leisure
nightlifenight‧life /ˈnaɪtlaɪf/ noun [uncountable]  DLentertainment in the evening The hotel is only a five minute walk from both the beach and the nightlife.
Examples from the Corpus
nightlifeThe last 25 years of clubs and nightlife is a great subject.There are two of the finest sandy beaches in the Med and some of the best nightlife in the world.Through the cafe window I watched London nightlife pass by.Smaller ski resorts have no crowds, but no nightlife, either.You must be careful not to overdo it on the beach however, because the nightlife in Malia is simply explosive.Is there anything we could do to keep Sombro enjoying the nightlife here instead of downtown, without having to tie him up?An important factor to consider is the proximity of your lodging to the slopes and to nightlife.The now desolate Central Avenue at that time had the crowded, exuberant vitality of a Reginald Marsh urban nightlife painting.
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