to go out on the town

Idiom Definition

"to go out on the town"

to make merry, often with liquor, outside the home, often moving through many locations

Idiom Definition - to go out on the town


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Idiom Scenario 1

Idiom Definition - to go out on the town

Two friends have visited three different bars so far ...

Friend 1:   Are you having fun?

Friend 2:  Am I ever!  This is a whole lot of fun.

Friend 1:  Do you like visiting many different bars?

Friend 2:  Absolutely.  I love going out on the town!

Idiom Scenario 2

Idiom Definition - to go out on the town

Two students are talking after final exams ...

Student 1:  It sure is awesome that we have finished our finals.

Student 2:  We need to go out and celebrate.

Student 1:  I agree that we need to let loose and blow off a little steam.

Student 2:  Let's go out on the town.

Student 1:  Let's go!

to go out on the town - Usage:


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to go out on the town - Gerund Form:

Going out on the town means that you are having a lot of fun.

to go out on the town - Examples:

1)  It might not be the best idea to go out on the town the day before your course.

2)  We're going to go out on the town. We're going to go on a bar crawl.

3)  The forty-second Army Corps came in to go out on the town.

4)  Zo is always there, ready and willing to get all gussied up and go out on the town.

5)  On Thursday 27th September, Guinness and like-minded music fans will go out on the town.

6)  She looks like she is going to go out on the town. I might let my teenage daughter go to a disco.

7)  With a cigar dangling from a side of your mouth and you're all set to go out on the town

8)  Yes we won the league again tonight. We'll go out on the town.

9)  We'll meet Stout and Cheever in New York, and we can just go out on the town, I tell you.

10)  I presume he's going out to go out on the town?

11)  People go out to have a happy time spending a lot of money, they go out on the town

12)  I got my promotion! Let's go out and go out on the town!

13) You could join me and my friends... we like to go out on the town

14)  Out west, fans in Calgary were going out on the town after victories over the Vancouver Canucks.

15)  In any case here's my cartoon depicting Franois Hollande going out on the town after his election victory.

16)  Party girl Kate Moss is regularly pictured going out on the town in the early hours. 

17)  It's Smirnoff's biggest event yet and they'll be going out on the town with a vodka-infused wonderland of cocktail bars.

18)  Looking forward to going out on the town with you on this side of the pond.

19)  These three looks are all about going out on the town. We girls love a night on the town.

20)  You have just broken up with your boyfriend and you see him going out on the town with another girl on his arm.