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You've got to go to the nightclubs and the restaurants and dig your player out of holes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The bar resembles a nightclub and the restaurant has no reserved seating. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Think of it as a nightclub bouncer with a heart of gold. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He had been asked to leave a nightclub and found himself lost with no phone. The Sun (2013)The nightclub owner said that he was not a fan of coalition government. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He was working as a nightclub bouncer when he resolved to become a businessman. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He owned houses and apartments all over the country as well as a string of bars and nightclubs. The Sun (2015)He held it up and was a little flummoxed when boos and laughter emerged from the nightclub floor. The Sun (2008)He is now a nightclub promoter. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There are bars and nightclubs and Selfridges. Times, Sunday Times (2013)With the pair planning to open a nightclub, those debts need to go. The Sun (2006)But subsequent allegations that he bought up nightclub photographs showing him in party mode do not appear to have damaged his chances this time. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Tickets are 11 - almost what you would have paid to get in when the top floor was a nightclub. The Sun (2016)
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Translations for 'nightclub'
British English: nightclub /ˈnaɪtˌklʌb/ NOUN
A nightclub is a place where people go late in the evening to dance.
- American English: nightclub
- Arabic: مَلْهَى لَيّلِيٌّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: boate
- Chinese: 夜总会
- Croatian: noćni klub
- Czech: noční klub
- Danish: natklub
- Dutch: nachtclub
- European Spanish: club nocturno
- Finnish: yökerho
- French: boîte de nuit
- German: Nachtclub
- Greek: νάιτ κλαμπ
- Italian: nightclub
- Japanese: ナイトクラブ
- Korean: 나이트 클럽
- Norwegian: nattklubb
- Polish: klub nocny
- European Portuguese: discoteca
- Romanian: club de noapte
- Russian: ночной клуб
- Spanish: club nocturno
- Swedish: nattklubb
- Thai: ไนท์คลับ
- Turkish: gece kulübü
- Ukrainian: нічний клуб
- Vietnamese: hộp đêm
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