- n. Plural form of disco.
“But I think it is too radical, banning smoking in discos, for example.”
“But my favorite page was 42, where the author comments that “video has always been slow to catch on in discos.””
“But don't waste it dossing about in Spanish discos with barmaids from Crawley.”
“Both nightspots have adopted the plastic garlands and sashes popular in Thai discos.”
“I remember late night "discos" in the middle of the streets while I visited the Philippines.”
“If you consider the sort of matchmaking and letter writing of your average victorian melodrama it was all very much about keeping distance, that is compared to the up close and personal nature of clubs and 'discos' that replaced that.”
“We tried a couple of "discos" without luck-they were actually go-go clubs.”
“And unless you were going through the mating ritual at "discos" between, roughly,”
“In the United States, disco as a culture left the mainstream in the early 1980s and discos were largely replaced by nightclubs, clubs, and bars.”
“The infamous pay night discos at Newforge always bring back fond memories.”
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