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"club" in British English

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clubnoun

uk   /klʌb/  us   /klʌb/
  • club noun (GROUP)

A2 [C, + sing/pl verb] an ​organization of ​people with a ​commonpurpose or ​interest, who ​meetregularly and take ​part in ​sharedactivities: I've just joined the ​localgolf/​squash/​tennis club. Visitors must be ​accompanied by club members.
B1 [C, + sing/pl verb] a ​team: The Orioles are an ​exciting club this ​year. Stockport County Football Club
[C] a ​building in which a club ​meets

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  • club noun (CARD)

clubs [plural or U]
one of the four suits in ​playingcards, ​represented by a ​symbol with three round ​leaves: the three/King of clubs
[C] a ​playingcard from the suit of clubs: Now you have to ​play a club if you have one.

clubverb [T]

uk   /klʌb/  us   /klʌb/ (-bb-)
(Definition of club from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"club" in American English

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clubnoun [C]

 us   /klʌb/
  • club noun [C] (GROUP)

an ​organization of ​people with a ​commonpurpose or ​interest who ​meetregularly and ​shareactivities: My ​book club ​meets the first ​Tuesday of every ​month to ​discuss a new ​book we’ve all ​read.
A club is also a ​team: a ​majorleaguebaseball club
  • club noun [C] (GOLF STICK)

a ​long, ​thinstick with a ​widepart at the ​bottom, used to ​hit the ​ball in the ​game of ​golf
  • club noun [C] (WEAPON)

a ​heavystick used as a ​weapon

clubverb [T]

 /klʌb/ (-bb-)
  • club verb [T] (USE WEAPON)

[T] to ​hit someone with a ​heavystick:
(Definition of club from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"club" in Business English

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clubnoun [C]

uk   us   /klʌb/
an ​organization of ​people with the same ​purpose or ​interest, who ​meetregularly and take ​part in ​sharedactivities: belong to/join a club Many of the ​businessleaders in town belong to the ​local Rotary Club.a health/fitness club Exercise doesn't have to ​meanbuying fancy ​equipment or ​joining an ​expensivehealth club. a sports/cricket/sailing club a club ​member/​chairman/​meeting
(Definition of club from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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