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Meaning of “club” - Learner’s Dictionary

club

noun [C]     /klʌb/
ORGANIZATION
A2 an organization for people who want to take part in a sport or social activity together, or the building they use for this: a fitness/football clubSocieties, clubs and organizations
GOLF ( also golf club)
a long, thin stick used to hit the ball in golf Golf
WEAPON
a heavy stick used as a weaponHand weaponsHandguns and rifles
DANCE
a place open late at night where people can dancePublic entertainment venues
clubs
playing cards with black shapes like three leaves on them: the ten of clubs →  See also fan club Playing cards
(Definition of club noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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