- 1 (society, association) club (masculine) golf/tennis club club de golf/tenis to join a club hacerse* socio de un club I'm fed up — join the club! estoy harto — ¡no eres el único! or ¡ya somos dos! in the (pudding) club (British English/inglés británico) [colloquial/familiar] embarazada, en estado (interesante) [colloquial/familiar]
- 2 (building, premises) club (masculine)More example sentences
- And pubs, clubs and other licensed premises were gearing up for the new era of drinking, with the launch of the new, more flexible licensing laws.
- After a gourmet meal overlooking the Adriatic, the couple can take a short walk and visit one of the many wine bars, jazz clubs or outdoor theatres the city has to offer.
- It will make it an offence to light up in a pub, bar, club or restaurant and offenders could be fined.
- 3 (for dancing) discoteca (feminine)More example sentences
- He was in his early 20s when he became a DJ and began to play at clubs and night spots throughout the region.
- This collection features only the songs that created the disco scene in the clubs of early 1970s New York.
- Live music thumps out of the bars and clubs, a music scene that has produced artists as varied as The Undertones and Dana.
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo (-bb-)
- [colloquial/familiar] (visit dancing venues) to go clubbing ir* de discoteca, ir* de marcha (Spain/España) [colloquial/familiar], carretear (Chile) [colloquial/familiar]
- 2 (in golf) golf club 1
transitive verb/verbo transitivo (-bb-)
- aporrear, darle* garrotazos a they clubbed him to the ground lo tiraron al suelo a garrotazos