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The meaning of "out on the town"

" Out on the town "
Meaning:
Out enjoying oneself.
Example:
Let's go to the pub and then on to a club. Its good to have a night on the town every now and again.
Where is it used?:
Worldwide, this hippie-sounding expression is no longer fashionable.
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