In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1karaoke masculinekaraoke bar — karaoke masculine
- karaoke club — club de karaoke
- karaoke machine — karaoke
- Dunbar was still working in pubs and clubs, singing and hosting karaoke nights.
- We went upstairs for fish and chips and they made us sing songs for the karaoke.
- That's because people are singing it in karaoke bars and things like that.
- Venues are shutting down, while pubs and bars are more interested in staging karaoke nights.
- He was a Bolton Wanderers fan and enjoyed going to the pub to perform karaoke songs.
- A karaoke night was organised but there were a few technical difficulties on the night.
- Either way, Mike finds himself sorely missing their late night dancing and karaoke sessions.
- After the cabaret had performed, the rest of the evening was spent with karaoke singing.
- However, up until very recently, your average karaoke bar was a frightfully seedy affair.
- The ditties were belted out by participants in the town's attempt to set a world record for karaoke singing.
- No one was there, so he took us around the corner to this karaoke bar and got us wasted.
- The function room is being redecorated, with new equipment for karaoke and live entertainment.
- On this night a half dozen members get together to eat dinner and sing karaoke at his home.
- Just because you can sing a karaoke song really well doesn't mean you should be famous.
- MEN are more romantic than women when it comes to singing love songs on karaoke nights.
- Every karaoke bar is filled with people who want to sing this - but shouldn't.
- Here and there, others also report the opening of small restaurants and karaoke bars.
- After a few drinks we mounted a quest to try and find the local karaoke bar.
- I sang some new karaoke songs without anyone pressing the cancel button and we drank more.
- She is a full-time mum and housewife who enjoys singing at her local karaoke.
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