There are 2 translations of club in Spanish:

club1

Pronunciation: /klʌb/

n

  • 1 1.1 (cudgel) garrote (m), (cachi)porra (f)
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    • They also make their own canoes as well as fishing and hunting implements such as spears, clubs, blow guns, arrows, and darts.
    • Many of the arms were ‘low-tech weapons’ like studded clubs, knives and spears.
    • The security forces unleashed an immense barrage of teargas as well as using water cannon and clubs.
    1.2
    (golf club)
    palo (masculine) de golf
  • 2 2.1 (society, association) club (masculine) sports club club deportivo 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] 2.2 (building, premises) club (masculine)
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    • 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.
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    • She began the year eating lunch alone in the library, and put aside any interest in school clubs and activities.
    • To establish special interest groups and clubs to meet the needs of the young people.
    • The hotel offers free swimming for children and other special discounts on club activities.
  • 3 [Games/Juegos] 3.1 (card) trébol (m); (in Spanish pack) basto (m) 3.2
    (clubs plural)
    (suit) (+ singular or plural verb/+ verbo en singular o plural) tréboles (mpl); (in Spanish pack) bastos (mpl) clubs is o are trumps triunfan tréboles/bastos
    3.3 (for dancing) discoteca (feminine)
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    • 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.
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    • The card much to her disappointment was the mere four of clubs.
    • The four of clubs is described by some as the Devil's bedstead and is loathed by many players, who claim that no good hand can include this card.
    • In other words, it is of the club suit and outranked by all other clubs.
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    • If the turned up card is a club, then clubs are automatically trump.
    • Since player one now realizes that the other's card is not a club, he turns over all cards that aren't clubs.
    • Suppose its late in the game, and you have a lot of trumps, and 2 medium-to-high ranking clubs.

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There are 2 translations of club in Spanish:

club2

vt (-bb-)

  • aporrear, darle* garrotazos a they clubbed him to the ground lo tiraron al suelo a garrotazos
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    • It appears that after Cook was wounded in the back, islanders clubbed him to death.
    • But if the police clubbed this guy to death, I was determined to run into the alley and stop the violence.
    • She recalls seeing a kind looking elderly gentleman being clubbed to death by someone she recognized.

vi (-bb-)

  • (visit dancing venues) to go clubbing ir* de discoteca, ir* de marcha (Spain/España) [colloquial/familiar], carretear (Chile) [colloquial/familiar]
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    • On the weekends she was likely to be hanging out with her friends, going clubbing at a nightclub or to a rock concert.
    • I've always found going clubbing mildly ridiculous, which probably added to the novelty of last night's outing.
    • Her new life, sharing digs with fellow models and going clubbing for the first time in her life, was a shock.

Phrasal verbs

club together

verb + adverb/verbo + adverbio
(contribute money) (British English/inglés británico) they clubbed together to buy her a present le compraron un regalo entre todos

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Word of the day madeja
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Cultural fact of the day

The CAP (Curso de Adaptación Pedagógica) is a course taken in Spain by graduates with degrees in subjects other than education, who want to teach at secondary level. Students take a CAP in a particular subject, such as mathematics, literature, etc.