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Date: 1500-1600
Language: Old French
Origin: 'coming', from venir 'to come', from Latin venire

venue

noun
     
ven‧ue [countable]
a place where an organized meeting, concert etc takes place
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 talks

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