clubland


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clubland

(ˈklʌbˌlænd)
n
(in Britain) the area of London around St James's, which contains most of the famous London clubs
Translations

clubland

[ˈklʌblænd] (British)
n
(= area) → quartier m des boîtes de nuit
(= milieu) (British)monde m des boîtes de nuit
modif [sound, classic] → de boîte de nuitclub sandwich nclub sandwich mclub soda n (US)eau f de seltz
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He is rather a king in Clubland spending his all freely and taking no thought for the morrow.
Clubland on the Beach on Friday August 4 was followed by Kiddstock the next day - and rounded off by Retro Beach Festival on Saturday, August 12, featuring dance legends from "Mr Retro" Paul Taylor to Jeremy Healy and Brandon Block.
FAREWELL TO THE FABULOUS MARKY J LIVERPOOL clubland is in mourning this week with the loss of one of its most colourful characters.
After Cloonacool's success in the opener was followed by victories for the well-backed trio of Clubland, Lumiere and Oscar Rock, eight tickets remained going into the fifth leg, but none were for 8-1 winner Brando.
The 24-year-old is about to feature in RTE Two's new fly-on-the-wall documentary Clubland, about the trials and tribulations behind the scenes of one of Ireland's top nightspots.
Jay Z, Drunk In Love MTV Clubland Award: Zedd feat.
Back in the 1970s, Little Waster comic Bobby Thompson entertained the crowd while judges picked Janette Goodwin, from Heaton, as winner of Miss Clubland 1975.
A Room of His Own: A Literary-Cultural Survey of Victorian Clubland, by Barbara Black.
A room of his own; a literary-cultural study of Victorian clubland.
It's all to celebrate the DVD release of Universal Pictures' Clubland The Workout of Your Life
Downstyles, he is a hardcore DJ on clubland TV News And the worst?
Gay quarter plans delay PLANS to ban traffic from Liverpool's gay-friendly clubland could be delayed for months.