Adjective "nightclub" definition and examples

(Nightclub may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈnʌɪtklʌb/

Definitions and examples

noun

An entertainment venue that is open from the evening until early morning, having facilities such as a bar and disco or other entertainment.
  1. 'The bars, restaurants, bistros and nightclubs are teeming with them, all spending easily.'
  2. 'I have read many of the letters regarding the recent early closing of bars and nightclubs in Pattaya.'
  3. 'Chefs have been a part of my life ever since I opened my first nightclub in Sheffield in 1969.'
  4. 'It offers a diversity of nightlife opportunities with its many nightclubs, bars and discos.'
  5. 'In Spain huge-capacity nightclubs stay open all night but are sited well out of town.'
  6. 'It has no nightclubs, no theatres and no restaurants you'll read about in Toronto Life.'
  7. 'In the future, colleges, nightclubs and sport clubs may also be invited to join a test screening programme.'
  8. 'Theatre companies are staging productions in nightclubs, pubs and sitting rooms.'
  9. 'Her other project for this year is to open an exclusive nightclub in the West End of London.'
  10. 'He then moved into estate agency before opening his first nightclub The Caroline in Atherton.'

More definitions

1. Also, night club. an establishment for evening entertainment, generally open until the early morning, that serves liquor and usually food and offers patrons music, comedy acts, a floor show, or dancing; nightspot. verb (used without object), nightclubbed, nightclubbing.

2. to visit nightclubs.

More examples(as adjective)

"groups can be nightclub."