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A discothèque, IPA: [diskoˈtɛk̚], compare the Spanish "discoteca", is an entertainment venue or club with recorded music played by "Discaires" (Disc jockeys) through a PA system, rather than an on-stage band. The word derives from the French word discothèque (a type of nightclub). Discothèque is a portmanteau coined around 1941 from disc and bibliothèque (library) by La Discothèque, then located on the Rue de la Huchette in Paris, France. Previously, most bars and nightclubs used live bands as entertainment
Today the term discothèque is now considered dated in the United States, having largely been replaced with nightclub since the mid-1980s, though the term is still used frequently in many other parts of the world. The word "disco" was originally an abbreviation of discothèque, a French word for a club where recorded, rather than live, music was played.
In Britain, a 'disco' is usually now a one-off night of dancing and music organised by a non-professional (or semi-professional) DJ at an institution such as a school or workplace.
 Some historic discothèques