Definition of nightspot in English:

nightspot

noun

informal
  • A nightclub.

    • ‘Plans are under way to develop a Bay Street Town Center with restaurants and nightspots.’
    • ‘But there are many illegal nightspots allowed to operate here.’
    • ‘Meanwhile, a popular feature of the annual festival, the Carlsberg Rhythm Route, is back and will once again see some top acts perform for free in Waterford pubs and nightspots.’
    • ‘It is the most developed resort and is the nightspot to go to on the island.’
    • ‘It would have been the latest in a string of nightspots and pubs to have opened in the town centre over the past couple of years.’
    • ‘The many nightspots, restaurants and hotels have also proved popular.’
    • ‘We check out various nightspots, restaurants, lounge bars and interesting places.’
    • ‘But as the sailors went out to celebrate at Manchester nightspots last summer, several were attacked by drunken thugs when violence flared on the streets.’
    • ‘While we entertain one of the best reputations for nightlife on the continent, nightspots in this city come and go like the wind, often with lots of rumours, chat and unanswered questions.’
    • ‘Nightlife is fairly low-key in Protaras, with just a few bars, tavernas and nightspots.’
    • ‘Food and drink costs less in Annecy than in many Temple Bar nightspots.’
    • ‘The couple were photographed at Bangkok's trendiest nightspots and restaurants.’
    • ‘The Cotton Club is a hot nightspot where famous movie stars, gangsters and politicians listen to the greatest names in jazz perform nightly.’
    • ‘Wearing tight leather pants, for example, may be appropriate when club hopping to stylish nightspots, or when attending a high-end fashion show.’
    • ‘The new bar will join an array of equally fashionable nightspots which have shot up in the town centre during recent months.’
    • ‘You may also be wondering why I'm not talking about bars and nightspots as well.’
    • ‘But unless she cuts back her office hours, it is the jealous wannabes who will fill out the bar at the trendy nightspot, while she, as ever, assiduously works late into the night.’
    • ‘The bar describes itself as: ‘the rum-soaked nightspot of Latin Rhythm’.’
    • ‘If magistrates give the go-ahead, the new bars will join an array of trendy nightspots which have opened up in the town centre during recent months.’
    • ‘You'll find the hotel in the heart of the fashionable Right Bank, close to the Champs-Elysées, and surrounded by some of the city's hippest shops, restaurants, bars and nightspots.’
    nightclub, club, boîte, supper club
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Pronunciation

nightspot

/ˈnaɪtˌspɑt//ˈnītˌspät/