disco

Latin, meaning: to learn, become acquainted with.
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Disco

Heavily rooted in soul, disco is a product of the 70s New York gay scene that centred around clubs like Studio 54. Starting in 1974 it reached its peak with the hit film Saturday Night Fever in 1977.
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disco

Generic term used for a music style popular in South African townships from early 80s to the present characterized by keyboards and heavy dancebeat. Also sometimes called 'bubblegum'.
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disco

[n] - a public dance hall for dancing to recorded popular music
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DISCO

Acronym for Diagnostic Instrument for Social and Communication Disorders.
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disco

discotheque noun a public dance hall for dancing to recorded popular music
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disco

beat-driven style of popular music that was the preeminent form of dance music in the 1970s. Its name was derived from discotheque, the name for the ... [4 related articles]
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Disco

[software] Disco is an application for Mac OS X developed by Austin Sarner, Jasper Hauser and Jason Harris. The software is an optical disc authoring utility, which allows users to burn CDs and DVDs with multisession support, disc duplication, burning VIDEO_TS folders, disc spanning as well as a searchable disc index, dubbed Discography. Di...
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Disco

Disco is a genre of dance music containing elements of pop, psychedelic, and Latin that was most popular in the 1970s, though it has since enjoyed brief resurgences, including in 2013. The term is derived from discothèque (French for `library of phonograph records`, but subsequently used as proper name for nightclubs in Paris). Its initial audi.....
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Disco

Commercial dance music popular in the 1970s, characterized by strong percussion in a quadruple meter
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disco

to learn, become acquainted with.
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