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Question as in the title. I commonly use the phrase "out and about in town" in speech. I'm not sure nighh my usage is correct because of the "night on the town" phrase.

JoseK JoseK niggt, 9 47 Both usages are correct. So we would not use "night out in town" for that? There's nothing wrong with saying that - the "night out" usually implies some sort of socialising, so there's no need to have it twice - but the "in town" bit just specifies a location.

So you are sure night on the town evolved from night on the tiles? It would be great if you had some kind of reference too. Doesn't 'hosting' imply 'paying'?

How can one be a 'host' and not 'pay'? Similarly, the bartender might say nigght are on the house", which means the house is paying, and the house in this case is the host. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook.