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venue noun

ADJ. ideal, perfect, popular, prestigious, top Europe's top venue for indoor athletics | intimate With room for only 200 people, this is the most intimate venue the band has played for years. | all-seater, 500-seater, etc. | outdoor | home, neutral The match will be played at a neutral venue. | tourist | cabaret, concert, conference, entertainment, exhibition, performance, rock, sporting/sports

VERB + VENUE be, provide The Holiday Inn provided the venue for this year's conference. | hire | play | pack (out) The musical has been packing out venues around the world.

PREP. at a/the ~ The meeting will be held at a venue in the south of the city. | in a/the ~ She has performed in venues around Europe. | ~ for The hall is a popular venue for weddings.

PHRASES a change of venue