Definition of 'venue'
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The change of venue caused outrage online. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Return coach transfers between your hotel and the concert venue? The Sun (2016)She progressed through tiny venues to merely small ones. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The magazine's London office will be converted into a concert venue. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The semifinals took place in one of the big festival venues. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Shows take place in venues that range from a fine art museum to an abattoir. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But it may be a career based on the club circuit and smaller venues. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Organisers confirmed that contingency plans were in place to change the venue should the weather turn nasty. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Venue address must be confirmed when booking. The Sun (2008)Please say which festival venue you would prefer. The Sun (2014)It might be good to have a change of venue. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This white elephant of a venue must revitalise fast if racing is to be secured. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The national team will play its home games here and it is expected to become a concert venue. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The Olympic venues have won praise and admiration from around the world. The Sun (2012)Throughout the week, various venues open as stages. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Her company has also seen a reduction in clients' use of external venues for meetings. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There is another feature essential to a leading concert venue: its pipe organ. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Why was the biggest star in rock playing one of the smallest venues in London? Times, Sunday Times (2010)The trophy will be displayed at various venues in the capital in the build-up to the match. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Each box seats 20 and will be available for all football matches and concerts at the venue. The Sun (2007)THE troops have done a first class job at all Olympic venues. The Sun (2012)The public will vote for their favourites, which will be displayed at an Olympic venue. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'venue'
British English: venue /ˈvɛnjuː/ NOUN
The venue for an event or activity is the place where it will happen.
The Embassy was the venue for a New Year's Eve party.
- American English: venue
- Arabic: مَكَان
- Brazilian Portuguese: local do evento
- Chinese: 会议地点
- Croatian: sastajalište
- Czech: místo konání
- Danish: sted
- Dutch: plaats van samenkomst
- European Spanish: sede
- Finnish: tapahtumapaikka järjestetyn tilaisuuden
- French: salle
- German: Austragungsort
- Greek: χώρος εκδηλώσεων
- Italian: luogo
- Japanese: 会場
- Korean: 행사 장소
- Norwegian: arena
- Polish: miejsce (spotkanie, koncertu)
- European Portuguese: local do evento
- Romanian: locație
- Russian: место
- Spanish: sede
- Swedish: plats
- Thai: สถานที่ที่คนมาพบปะหรือชุมนุมกัน
- Turkish: yer
- Ukrainian: місце проведення
- Vietnamese: địa điểm
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