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nightspot traduction

Phrase "nightspot"
  • n. club, cercle nocturne
  • Police say that while she was with a group of people outside the Pizza Bar, a Manhattan nightspot, a verbal confrontation broke out at 4 a.m.
    La police explique qu'elle était avec un groupe d'amis à l'extérieur du Pizza Bar, un nightspot de Manhattan, lorsqu'une bagarre éclate vers 4 h du matin.
  • They were booked at a Times Square nightspot called the Kentucky Club for three years where they met Irving Mills, who produced and published Ellington's music.
    Le contrat dans ce dernier club durera trois ans ; c’est là qu’ils font la rencontre d’Irving Mills (en), qui produira et publiera dorénavant la musique d'Ellington.
  • While at Barron's Exclusive Club, a nightspot in Harlem, she put in a good word for a band called Elmer Snowden's Washingtonians, and the club booked them.
    Alors qu'elle se trouve au Barron's Exclusive Club, une boîte de nuit à Harlem, elle fait un bon mot à propos du groupe d'Elmer Snowden, les 'Washingtonianset le club les engage.
  • In a 2005 article from Il Golfo—a daily newspaper serving the Italian islands of Ischia and Procida—Annarita Cuomo asserted that sugo alla puttanesca was invented in the 1950s by Sandro Petti, co-owner of Rancio Fellone, a famous Ischian restaurant and nightspot.
    Selon Annarita Cuomo, journaliste au Golfo sur les îles de Ischia et de Procida, le sugo alla puttanesca a été inventé dans les années 1950 par Sandro Petti, copropriétaire du restaurant Rancio Fellone sur Ischia.
  • a spot that is open late at night and that provides entertainment (as singers or dancers) as well as dancing and food and drink; "don''t expect a good meal at a cabaret"; "the gossip columnist got his information by visiting nightclubs every night"; "he played the drums at a jazz club"
    Synonyme: cabaret, nightclub, night club, club,