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noun [countable] club pronunciation in British English /klʌb/ 
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pluralclubs
  1. 1
    an organization for people who have a common interest in a particular activity or subject

    a sailing club

    join a club:

    I've joined the chess club.

    member of a club:

    Have you thought about becoming a member of our squash club?

    belong to a club:

    We both belong to the local tennis club.

    1. b.
      the people who belong to a club: can be followed by a singular or plural verb

      The whole of the rowing club are invited to their wedding.

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