disco

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Synonyms for disco

dance

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Synonyms for disco

popular dance music (especially in the late 1970s)

a public dance hall for dancing to recorded popular music

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"In various cases we have found that even after recommendation of taking legal action against bars discotheques etc, local police don't act on them.
"The terminology has also changed, which means words like bar, discotheque and nightclub will be replaced with lounge."
Lounge, an Asian karaoke club playing Rock n' roll to the latest Korean/Chinese chart toppers, Tantra Club, a discotheque and Ratsky, another Fillipino hotspot for clubbers with a live DJ and band.
The meeting reviewed the status of different Helplines, PCR Vans, DTC/cluster bus service, working hours for discotheques and women help desks in police stations among other issues.
They go to discotheques. I am very well versed with student activism and I can bet on it that most of the protesters are not students.
* Opposition SDSM held a protest rally in Ohrid at which leader Crvenkovski accused VMRO-DPMNE of turning Macedonia into a country of organized crime considering the governing party took over by force whole businesses such as taxi services, security agencies, discotheques, restaurants, marketing agencies, media and banks.
Alliant luxe et sobriete, serenite du decor naturel et surchauffe de ses discotheques, un peuplement sous-marin hyper riche et une population indigene mediocre, Charm El-Cheikh est le lieu ideal a s'y trouver ete comme hiver.
Hotels, discotheques, milk firms, offices, apartments, houses, fields, and other moveable and immoveable assets are being offered for sale by commercial banks at enormous discounts.
La numerisation des collections en pret a ete l'une des premieres tentatives de reponse a la crise des discotheques, dont certaines se sont lancees a corps perdu dans cette voie, exploree de facon tres disparate selon les cas : numerisation sur place, recours a un prestataire exterieur, integration aux << portails >> des bibliotheques (mediatheque de SaintHerblain, Loire-Atlantique), consultation a partir de bornes d'ecoute independantes ou de << baladeurs audio >> nomades, choix de politique documentaires differentes (selections thematiques, nouveautes, mise en valeur de fonds ou genres musicaux specifiques) ...
At night the village lights up with discotheques, colourful shop windows and atmospheric evening markets which sell a wide variety of goods and traditional local fare.
Prof Arnold Wilkins, of Essex University said: "This flicker effect is not acceptable in TV programmes or discotheques."
Palaces, charming hotels, gourmet restaurants, local bistros, bars, discotheques, markets, designers, antiquarians, galleries, walks, museums and more--best pack the recovery syrum!
You do everything - you lie on the beach and go to discotheques. It is like living in London."
He said: "When got up in the middle of the night for work people were going to the discotheques. It wasn't nice but I had to do it."