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Translation of "cabaret" - English-Japanese dictionary

cabaret

noun
 
/ˈkæb·ə·reɪ/
entertainment consisting of songs, jokes, etc. in a bar or restaurant
(ナイトクラブやレストランの)ショー, キャバレー
He’s appearing in cabaret at the Cafe Royal.
Translations of “cabaret”
in Arabic كَباريه…
in Korean 카바레…
in Malaysian kabaret…
in French spectacle de cabaret…
in Turkish kabare…
in Italian cabaret…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指餐館或酒吧的)卡巴萊歌舞表演…
in Russian кабаре…
in Polish kabaret…
in Vietnamese quán rượu…
in Spanish cabaret…
in Portuguese espetáculo com números de dança, canto ou comédia…
in Thai การแสดงบนเวที…
in German das Kabarett…
in Catalan cabaret…
in Indonesian kabaret…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指餐馆或酒吧的)卡巴莱歌舞表演…
(Definition of cabaret from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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