Club meaning

klŭb
To beat or strike as with a club.
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A group of people organized for a common purpose, especially a group that meets regularly.

A garden club.

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(sports) An athletic team or organization.
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Club is defined as to beat, or to join together for a common purpose.

An example of club is to hit someone with a stick.

An example of club is to join together with other chess lovers.

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The definition of a club is a heavy stick, generally used as a weapon, or a group of people who common together for a common interest, or a place where people dance and drink at night.

An example of a club is what a caveman may have carried as a weapon.

An example of a club is a group of high school artists who meet after school to draw.

An example of a club is a place with a bar and dancing space.

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The building, room, or other facility used for the meetings of an organized group.
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A nightclub.
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To strike or beat with a club or similar implement.
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To use (a firearm) as a club by holding the barrel and hitting with the butt end.
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To gather or combine (hair, for example) into a clublike mass.
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To contribute (money or resources) to a joint or common purpose.
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To join or combine for a common purpose; form a club.
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To go to or frequent nightclubs.

Was out all night clubbing.

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A group of people associated for a common purpose or mutual advantage, usually in an organization that meets regularly.
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The room, building, or facilities used by such a group.
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A nightclub.
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A turkey club.

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To combine or pool (resources, etc.) for a common purpose.
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To unite for a common purpose.
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To use (a rifle or the like) as a club by hitting with the butt end.
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To unite or combine for a common purpose.
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(informal) To patronize or frequent nightclubs.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
club
Plural:
clubs

Origin of club

  • Middle English from Old Norse klubba

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition