Definition of nightclub in English:

nightclub

noun

  • A club that is open from the evening until early morning, having facilities such as a bar and disco or other entertainment.

    • ‘Her other project for this year is to open an exclusive nightclub in the West End of London.’
    • ‘I have read many of the letters regarding the recent early closing of bars and nightclubs in Pattaya.’
    • ‘It has no nightclubs, no theatres and no restaurants you'll read about in Toronto Life.’
    • ‘Theatre companies are staging productions in nightclubs, pubs and sitting rooms.’
    • ‘Camden Street has become a very popular entertainment centre with many new bars and nightclubs.’
    • ‘It offers a diversity of nightlife opportunities with its many nightclubs, bars and discos.’
    • ‘It says licensees of the remaining 20 per cent of pubs and nightclubs can choose whether to ban smoking.’
    • ‘In Spain huge-capacity nightclubs stay open all night but are sited well out of town.’
    • ‘Bars, clubs, nightclubs, sports and shopping facilities are also featured.’
    • ‘Posters and literature are being distributed in pubs, working men's clubs and nightclubs across the city.’
    • ‘The bars, restaurants, bistros and nightclubs are teeming with them, all spending easily.’
    • ‘In Western Australia the ban on smoking does not extend to hotels, bars, nightclubs or casinos.’
    • ‘I do not remember any trouble occurring such as often seems the case today in nightclubs and discos.’
    • ‘Police targeted young people before they arrived at a weekly disco at a Bolton nightclub.’
    • ‘In the future, colleges, nightclubs and sport clubs may also be invited to join a test screening programme.’
    • ‘He then moved into estate agency before opening his first nightclub The Caroline in Atherton.’
    • ‘Clubbers are in for a treat as a new nightclub is set to open its doors to the public.’
    • ‘The only people he knew were ones he met in pubs and nightclubs.’
    • ‘Chefs have been a part of my life ever since I opened my first nightclub in Sheffield in 1969.’
    • ‘The night was still young, and the territory's happening nightclubs and discos beckoned.’
    night spot, disco, discotheque, cabaret, club, supper club, bar
    cafe
    hot spot, niterie
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Pronunciation:

nightclub

/ˈnʌɪtklʌb/