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cabaret

noun
cab·​a·​ret | \ ˌka-bə-ˈrā How to pronounce cabaret (audio) , ˈka-bə-ˌrā \

Definition of cabaret

1 archaic : a shop selling wines and liquors
2a : a restaurant serving liquor and providing entertainment (as by singers or dancers) : nightclub
b : the show provided at a cabaret

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Examples of cabaret in a Sentence

a singing superstar who got her start singing in the cabarets of New York City
Recent Examples on the Web And more glittering worlds beckoned: cabaret, variety, film, television. Drescher is currently socially distancing at her home in Malibu, California and will host the cabaret from there. Marianne Garvey, CNN, "Fran Drescher is 20 years cancer free and is throwing a virtual cabaret to celebrate," 18 June 2020 Of course, that could all change the minute Luann gets back up on the cabaret stage. Jodi Walker, EW.com, "The Real Housewives of New York City recap: She threw a ravioli!," 5 June 2020 Many of the cabaret's patrons are over 60 years old and considered to be at a higher risk for contracting the virus. Domenica Bongiovanni, The Indianapolis Star, "Museums are ready to reopen, but concerts and theaters face uncertainty," 24 Apr. 2020 More than a million women are estimated to work at cabarets in Japan, and their income has plunged amid the outbreak as major companies instructed employees to work from home. As a cabaret performer, Jimbo loves standup and singing and wants to showcase that side of drag. Joey Nolfi, EW.com, "Canada's Drag Race cast sash-ehs north: Meet the queens," 14 May 2020 The drag queen Sasha Velour shows off her avant garde cabaret in Nightgowns, but gauzy editing gives it—like so many Quibis—a distinct air of advertorial. Spencer Kornhaber, The Atlantic, "All the Worst Parts of TV, Condensed!," 11 Apr. 2020 The play is based on the true story of a struggling shoe factory owner who forms an unlikely partnership with Lola, a cabaret performer and drag queen. Weldon B. Johnson, azcentral, "Arizona Broadway Theatre announces its 2020-21 season schedule," 11 Feb. 2020

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First Known Use of cabaret

1655, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for cabaret

French, from Middle French dialect (Picard or Walloon), from Middle Dutch, alteration of cambret, cameret, from Middle French dialect (Picard) camberete small room, ultimately from Late Latin camera — more at chamber

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The first known use of cabaret was in 1655

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25 Jun 2020

Cite this Entry

“Cabaret.” waleadership.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://waleadership.com/dictionary/cabaret. Accessed 3 Jul. 2020.

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cabaret

noun
How to pronounce cabaret (audio)

English Language Learners Definition of cabaret

: a restaurant where you can buy alcohol and see a musical show
: entertainment provided at a such a restaurant

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