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club1 British & World English

An association dedicated to a particular interest or activity

club2 British & World English

A heavy stick with a thick end, used as a weapon

club together in club1 British & World English

Combine with others so as to collect a sum of money for a particular purpose

book club British & World English

another term for book group.

car club British & World English

A group of people who have an arrangement for sharing a car or cars

club car British & World English

A railway carriage equipped with a lounge and other amenities

club face British & World English

The side of the head of a golf club that strikes the ball

club foot British & World English

A deformed foot which is twisted so that the sole cannot be placed flat on the ground

club soda British & World English

North American term for soda111.

fan club British & World English

An organized group of fans of a famous person or team

glee club British & World English

A society for singing part-songs

surf club British & World English

An organization of lifeguards in charge of safety on a particular beach

job club British & World English

(In the UK) an organization providing support and practical help for the long-term unemployed in seeking work

golf club British & World English

A club used to hit the ball in golf, with a heavy wooden or metal head on a slender shaft

club chair British & World English

A thickly upholstered armchair of the type often found in clubs

club class British & World English

The intermediate class of seating on an aircraft, intended especially for business travellers

comedy club British & World English

A venue where comedians give stand-up performances in front of an audience

Paris club British & World English

A group of the major creditor nations of the International Monetary Fund, meeting informally in Paris to discuss the financial relations of the IMF member nations

Lions Club British & World English

A worldwide charitable society devoted to social and international service, taking its membership primarily from business and professional groups

Sierra Club British & World English

A North American environmental group, founded in 1892. The pioneering naturalist John Muir was its first president

Rotary club British & World English

A local branch of Rotary

record club British & World English

An organization that sells selected audio recordings to members or subscribers, often from a mail-order catalog or online

strip club British & World English

A club at which striptease performances are given in front of an audience

supper club British & World English

A restaurant or nightclub serving suppers and usually providing entertainment

Jockey Club British & World English

An organization whose stewards are the central authority for the administration of horse racing in Britain. It was founded in 1750

Indian club British & World English

Each of a pair of bottle-shaped clubs swung to exercise the arms in gymnastics

health club British & World English

A private club with exercise facilities, also offering health and beauty treatments

youth club British & World English

A place or organization providing leisure activities for young people

country club British & World English

A club with sporting and social facilities, set in a rural area

club sandwich British & World English

A sandwich consisting typically of chicken and bacon, tomato, lettuce, and dressing, with two layers of filling between three slices of bread

devil's club British & World English

A very spiny straggling shrub of western North America

nuclear club British & World English

The nations which possess nuclear weapons

service club British & World English

An association of business or professional people with the aims of promoting community welfare and goodwill

warehouse club British & World English

An organization which operates from a large out-of-town store and sells goods in bulk at discounted prices to business and private customers who must first become club members

Hercules' club British & World English

Either of two tall prickly shrubs or small trees of the US:

Kit-Cat Club British & World English

An association of prominent Whigs and literary figures founded in the early part of the 18th century. According to Alexander Pope its members included Richard Steele, Joseph Addison, William Congreve, and John Vanbrugh

join the club in club1 British & World English

Used as an observation that someone else is in a similar difficult situation to oneself

join the club British & World English

Used as an observation that someone else is in a similar difficult situation to oneself

the mile-high club in mile British & World English

Used in reference to having sex on an aircraft

the mile-high club British & World English

Used in reference to having sex on an aircraft

Darby and Joan club British & World English

A club for senior citizens

clubland British & World English

An area of a town or city with many nightclubs

clubman British & World English

A man who is a member of a gentleman’s club

clubmate British & World English

A fellow member of a sports club

nightclub British & World English

A club that is open from the evening until early morning, having facilities such as a bar and disco or other entertainment

Kiwanis British & World English

A North American society of business and professional people formed to maintain commercial ethics and as a social and charitable organization


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