Definition of Moulin Rouge in English:

Moulin Rouge

Syllabification: Mou·lin Rouge
Pronunciation: /mo͞oˌlan ˈro͞oZH
 
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A cabaret in Montmartre, Paris, a favorite resort of poets and artists around the end of the 19th century. Toulouse-Lautrec immortalized its dancers in his posters.

Origin

French, literally 'red windmill'.

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