party-going

Translations

party-going

[ˈpɑːtiˌgəʊɪŋ] N he spends his time party-going instead of workingse pasa el tiempo yendo a fiestas en lugar de trabajar
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Not only do the party-going shades provide endless options--the formulation delivers anti-aging benefits directly to lids.
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The reasons queer theory resists academization are similar to the reasons much of Andy Warhol's most interesting, elusive, and conceptual work (collecting, Interview magazine, television, time capsules, modeling, parfumerie, party-going, Polaroids, porn-buying, tape-recording, telephoning, writing, fandom) thwarts museumification.
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