Definition of clubhouse in English:

clubhouse

Syllabification: club·house
Pronunciation: /ˈkləbˌhous
 
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noun

1A building having a bar and other facilities for the members of a club.
More example sentences
  • One of the most spectacular of all his buildings has to be the Royal Irish Yacht Club's clubhouse, which was completed in 1850.
  • This Saturday heralds the long-awaited opening of the Alstonville Soccer Club clubhouse at Crawford Park.
  • The Executive Committee of the Pattaya Sports Club held their first meeting in the conference room of their new clubhouse.
1.1A building or part of a building used by a sports team, especially a baseball team, as a locker room.
More example sentences
  • Other sports have locker rooms; baseball players have clubhouses, with all that the title connotes.
  • There's been a rule in baseball, that what you do in the clubhouse and ballpark stays there.
  • The paddock is the bowlers' private haven, much as the trainer's room is in a baseball clubhouse.

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