noun (plural discos)
- 1A club or party at which people dance to pop music: on Friday evenings, he often attended a disco with school friendsMore example sentences
- These will ban the carrying of firearms in restaurants, clubs, discotheques and pubs between 10 pm and 6 am.
- They were ‘employed’ through intermediaries and announcements in clubs, bars and discotheques seeking people with computer literacy and good English.
- The village itself has two guarded beaches, many small family hotels, clubs, bars, restaurants and discotheques, currency change bureaus and regular public bus transport and taxis.
- 1.1The lighting and sound equipment used at a disco: no one knows how to waltz so I’ve ordered a discoMore example sentences
- If you have hired a Disco as well that's fine- we like working with Discos.
- My friends are having an 18th party for their twins and have hired a disco.
- In addition to all this work, we hired a disco to provide entertainment in the social.
- 2 short for disco music.More example sentences
- The work's equally edgy score incorporates techno, disco, and house music.
- The group scored the first major reggae, rock / disco and hip-hop hits.
- He navigates through that abyss that few artists dare to explore, culling from the far reaches of jazz, lounge, disco, and even classical music.
verb (discoes, discoing, discoed)[no object] Back to top
- Attend or dance at a disco: she filled every hour of the day playing tennis, or discoing with friendsMore example sentences
- I couldn't dance, I couldn't disco, so my teenage years were terrible.
- However there are no dazzling lights, no exciting music, no wine or scent of perfume when you disco on the tideland.
- A few seconds later, she was discoing.
1960s (originally US): abbreviation of discotheque.
More definitions of discoDefinition of disco in:
- The US English dictionary