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cabaret

[ kab-uh-rey for 1-4, 6, 7; kab-uh-ret for 5 ]
/ 藢k忙b 蓹藞re瑟 for 1-4, 6, 7; 藞k忙b 蓹藢r蓻t for 5 /
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noun
verb (used without object), cab路a路reted [kab-uh-reyd], /藢k忙b 蓹藞re瑟d/, cab路a路ret路ing [kab-uh-rey-ing]. /藢k忙b 蓹藞re瑟 瑟艐/.
to attend or frequent cabarets.
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Origin of cabaret

1625鈥35; <French: tap-room, Middle French dial. (Picard or Walloon) <Middle Dutch, denasalized variant of cambret, cameret<Picard camberete small room (cognate with French chambrette;see chamber, -ette)
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British Dictionary definitions for cabaret

cabaret
/ (藞k忙b蓹藢re瑟) /

noun
a floor show of dancing, singing, or other light entertainment at a nightclub or restaurant
mainly US a nightclub or restaurant providing such entertainment

Word Origin for cabaret

C17: from Norman French: tavern, probably from Late Latin camera an arched roof, chamber
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