to hit with a club.
He clubbed the poor dog.
to join together to form a group.
To combine into a club-shaped mass.
She was sitting in a jazz club, sipping wine and listening to a bass player's solo.
To go to nightclubs.
I've got only one club in my hand.
An implement to hit the ball in some ballgames, e.g. golf.
Any set of people with a shared characteristic.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
We speak of an alliance of nations, a club of pleasure-seekers, a community of Shakers, a company of soldiers or of friends, a confederacy, confederation, federation, or union of separate states under one general government, a partnership or company of business men, a conjunction of planets. The whole body of Freemasons constitute a fraternity; one of their local organizations is called a lodge. A corporation or company is formed for purposes of business; an association or society (tho also incorporated) is for learning, literature, benevolence, religion, etc. Compare ASSOCIATE; ACQUAINTANCE; FRIENDSHIP.
alliance, association, community, companionship, company, confederacy, confederation, conjunction, connection, corporation, familiarity, federation, fellowship, fraternity, friendship, lodge, participation, partnership, society, union
An association of scholars for the advancement of knowledge; association with the good is ennobling.
baseball club, ball club, club, ninenoun
a team of professional baseball players who play and travel together
"each club played six home games with teams in its own division"
club, social club, society, guild, gild, lodge, ordernoun
a formal association of people with similar interests
"he joined a golf club"; "they formed a small lunch society"; "men from the fraternal order will staff the soup kitchen today"
guild, auberge, company, night club, parliamentary law, social club, decree, clubhouse, rules of order, society, fellowship, parliamentary procedure, high society, golf club, hunting lodge, bon ton, hostel, monastic order, fiat, cabaret, beau monde, orderliness, ball club, lodge, purchase order, rescript, nightclub, inn, baseball club, edict, nine, hostelry, order of magnitude, indian lodge, gild, smart set, ordination, golf-club, nightspot, order, ordering, companionship
stout stick that is larger at one end
"he carried a club in self defense"; "he felt as if he had been hit with a club"
a building that is occupied by a social club
"the clubhouse needed a new roof"
golf club, golf-club, clubnoun
golf equipment used by a golfer to hit a golf ball
a playing card in the minor suit that has one or more black trefoils on it
"he led a small club"; "clubs were trumps"
cabaret, nightclub, night club, club, nightspotverb
a spot that is open late at night and that provides entertainment (as singers or dancers) as well as dancing and food and drink
"don't expect a good meal at a cabaret"; "the gossip columnist got his information by visiting nightclubs every night"; "he played the drums at a jazz club"
unite with a common purpose
"The two men clubbed together"
gather and spend time together
"They always club together"
strike with a club or a bludgeon
gather into a club-like mass
i joined this new reading group and instantly loved it.
a number of people who gather regularly to share their experiences and ideas with each other.
the parea organized their meeting during the sunset at the beach.Submitted by rinat on June 5, 2017
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How to use club in a sentence?
Alan was a very avid golfer and he would actually participate in the Bing Crosby golf tournament, since the USGA had a really good relationship with Crosby, he had actually had a few conversations with Shepard and it was determined that the club would come here to us.
We worked with the( men) players' caddies and obtained all of the driving club information they had from the teeing grounds and then obtained the clubs they hit on approach shots and the yardages they hit them, and we gathered information from marshals on the putting greens about how the ball was reacting. So we not only knew what the men hit the first week from the tee, and their approach shots and the ranges that they were hitting but how the balls were performing on the greens.
We apologize to Jack Grealish and all at Aston Villa Football Club, what happened has no place in football or society.
I think theres a lot of new womens teams coming forward, and I think its just fans wanting me to go to their club, its new teams, new fans, which is great. Thats what happens in the mens game. The more talk about womens football, the better.
To make it easy, you can sign up to affiliate with a golf club for handicap purposes, if someone doesn't want to belong to a traditional club, which the younger generation really doesn't, they still play at a club or clubs close by and those clubs have a reasonable chance of knowing that player and their ability.
Translations for club
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- nagklub, klub, klawer, knuppel, donner, slaan, neekAfrikaans
- النادي الليلي, النادي, هراوة, نادٍ ليلي, نادٍ, سباتيArabic
- тояга, палка, спатия, трефа, клуб, сопаBulgarian
- bastó, trèvol, club, bastonejarCatalan, Valencian
- hůl, klub, klacek, obušek, kyj, kříž, spolekCzech
- kløver, klubDanish
- Schläger, Nachtlokal, Verein, Keule, Nachtklub, Klub, Bengel, Kreuz, zusammenlegen, schlagenGerman
- κλαμπ, λέσχη, σπαθί, ρόπαλοGreek
- trébol, club, bastón, discoteca, garrote, palo, garrotear, agrupar, apalearSpanish
- باشگاه, چماق, کلوب, خاج, باتونPersian
- kerho, maila, yökerho, risti, klubi, nuija, nuijiaFinnish
- boîte de nuit, club, bâton, trèfle, boîte, gourdin, bâtonnerFrench
- cròileanScottish Gaelic
- מועדון, מועדון לילה, תלתן, מחבט, אלה, חבטHebrew
- klub, ütő, nightclub, treff, szakkör, bunkóHungarian
- խաչ, ակումբ, գուրզ, լախտ, մահակArmenian
- clava, club, circolo, bastoneItalian
- 棍棒, クラブ, 倶楽部, ナイトクラブ, 棒Japanese
- 철퇴, 구락부, 클럽, 쇠몽둥이Korean
- kaşok, یانهKurdish
- sodālitās, fūstis, matiaLatin
- vāle, milnaLatvian
- klaveren, knuppel, club, slaan, neerknuppelenDutch
- klubbNorwegian Nynorsk
- kløver, klubbe, kølle, nattklubbNorwegian
- tsihał, báasdosNavajo, Navaho
- stowarzyszenie, trefl, maczuga, klub, kijPolish
- clube, taco, balada, paus, boate, clavaPortuguese
- крести, клуб, клюшка, дубина, бита, палица, дубинка, трефовая масть, трефа, ночной клуб, ударять, битьRussian
- клуб, klubSerbo-Croatian
- pálka, klubSlovak
- nattklubb, klubba, klubb, klöverSwedish
- klabu, rungu, pauSwahili
- kulüp, gece kulübü, sinekTurkish
- CLB, câu lạc bộVietnamese
- lustaf, klubVolapük
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