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Translation of "club" - English-Spanish dictionary

club

noun   /klʌb/
A2 a group of people who do a sport or other activity together club a drama club a health club
a long, thin stick used to hit the ball in golf palo (de golf)
a place where people listen to music or dance, usually late at night club, discoteca a jazz club
B1 UK a team of sports players club Manchester United Football Club
clubs [plural]
one of the four suits (= groups) of playing cards tréboles the four of clubs
(Definition of club from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

club

noun /klab/
a heavy stick etc used as a weapon porra The man was allegedly beaten with a club.
a bat or stick used in certain games (especially golf) palo a set of golf clubs.
a number of people meeting for study, pleasure, games etc club the local tennis club.
the place where these people meet club He goes to the club every Friday.
one of the playing cards of the suit clubs. trébol
clubs noun plural
(sometimes treated as noun singular) one of the four card suits which is black and shaped like a clover trébol the six of clubs.
(Definition of club from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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