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noun as in discotheque

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Following the lead of K-Tel, a company developed by Canadian pitchman Phil Kives, Ronco sold millions of compilation recordings of classical music, disco, soul and military music in the 1970s and 1980s.

From tunes that provided the backdrop for kitchen discos during lockdown to podcasts that made sense of the tumultuous political climate, a playlist for the pandemic has emerged.

From Digiday

A soundtrack to a disco buried beneath shifting sand, underneath the ruins of a demolished world.

Then disco and then the post-punk movement and MTV and the whole John Hughes phenomenon.

From Ozy

It doesn’t regurgitate old conversations about disco or Will & Grace.

From Time

The last time there was a raid of this scale was in 2001, when 52 men were arrested on Queen Boat, a floating disco on the Nile.

Disco was dead and heavy metal was born—and so was Taylor Swift.

For young white men at Comiskey Park, that target was disco music.

How could anyone think that their dislike of the Bee Gees made anything about Disco Demolition Night acceptable?

Just look at the rhetoric used by angry 1970s rock fans to bash disco.

These were a cause of great joy, and when Disco was reached, and some coal procured, the explorers felt almost at home.

The men continued to grumble and deceive themselves with the idea of soon getting to Disco, "where rum and tobacco were plenty."

We can see the Greenland coast plainly and to-day, the 29th, we raised and passed Disco Island.

Rima sulco rhombeo circumscripta, disco decussatim vix manifeste striato.

Disco had an easy way of changing a subject when he felt that he was getting out of his depth.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to disco, such as: dance hall, nightclub, nightspot, and club.

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