- simple past tense and past participle of disco
Variant of disco
- pl. discos a nightclub or public place for dancing to recorded music played by a disc jockey
- a kind of popular dance music with elements of soul music, a strong Latin American beat, and simple and repetitious lyrics, usually accompanied by pulsating lights, etc.
Origin of discoshortened ; from discothèque
of discos, the music played there, etc.