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venuenoun [C]

us   /ˈven·ju/
the place where a public event or meeting happens: They changed the venue at the last minute because they realized the meeting room would have been much too small.
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"venue" in British English

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venuenoun [C]

uk   /ˈven.juː/ us   /ˈven.juː/
B2 the place where a public event or meeting happens: The hotel is an ideal venue for conferences and business meetings. The stadium has been specifically designed as a venue for World Cup matches.
US specialized law the city or county in which a trial happens

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venuenoun [C]

uk   /ˈvenjuː/ us  
the place where a large or important event happens: The group has booked the popular 1000-seat venue for its annual sales conference. a concert/conference/sporting venue
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