clubland

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

club +‎ land

Noun[edit]

clubland (usually uncountable, plural clublands)

  1. The part of a city where nightclubs are located.
  2. (uncountable) The world or scene of nightclubs and people who frequent them.
    • 1999 October 30, Michael Paoletta, “Dance Market Improves, But Distribution Catch-22 Remains”, in Billboard, volume 111, number 44, page 45:
      However, while the sounds of clubland—house, electronica, Euro-nrg, trance, big beat, trip-hop, and neo-disco—have never been easier to locate, many independent dance labels are discovering that it's not always easy getting product into the retailer of one's choice.