from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Social activities or entertainment available or pursued in the evening.
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- n. Nocturnal activities, especially visiting nightclubs.
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- n. the activity of people seeking nighttime diversion (as at the theater, a nightclub, etc.)
- n. the entertainment available to people seeking nighttime diversion
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The nightlife is outrageous in New York and Chicago.
NIGHTLIFECompared to resort venues, Morelia nightlife is sedate.
The amount and variety of nightlife is apt to be the central difference between the two.
Viennese nightlife is excellent but disparate: you have to travel a fair old whack to get from one good place to the next.
I was based on the outskirts of the city, so the nightlife was an expensive bus ride or taxi away.
“I doubt the hotel offers much nightlife, which is fine with me.”
But the beating heart of Osaka nightlife is Minami, the area between Namba and Shinsaibashi stations, where revellers pack into lively bars and clubs.
Uchitel is expected to report on nightlife, which is her specialty.
In addition, compared to other cities, young adults in Shanghai are accustomed to nightlife, which is very disadvantageous to the amount of sleep every night if activities last late into the evening.
The area must be better known as a nightlife area, because it turned out to be almost completely abandoned, full of closed bars and restaurants which looked themey and cheesy including Hard Rock Cafe.
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