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Meaning of “a night on the town” in the English Dictionary

"a night on the town" in British English

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a night on the town

an ​evening when you go to ​variousplaces and ​enjoyentertainment such as ​dancing, ​eating in a ​restaurant, or ​drinking in a ​bar: UK Let's have/go for a night on the ​town to ​celebrate.US We were out for a night on the ​town to ​celebrate Dee's ​graduation.
(Definition of a night on the town from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “a night on the town”
in Chinese (Simplified) 在外玩乐的夜晚,狂欢之夜…
in Chinese (Traditional) 在外玩樂的夜晚,狂歡之夜…
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