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Meaning of “stag night” - Learner’s Dictionary

stag night

noun [C]    
a night when a group of men go out just before one of them gets married →  Compare hen night Celebrations, parties and special occasionsSpecific holidays and festivalsRelating to weddings
Translations of “stag night”
in Russian мальчишник…
in Turkish bekârlığa veda gecesi…
in Polish wieczór kawalerski…
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