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It gave them a share of the early clubhouse lead. The Sun (2006)He entered the clubhouse tied for top spot on three under. The Sun (2006) Leader in the clubhouse so far? The Sun (2010)Facilities include a pool, a spa and a clubhouse. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is said that until relatively recently, women had to enter the clubhouse by the back door. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He was able to set a clubhouse lead of one over par and then sit back and watch the others try to catch him. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The track opened three years ago and since then has been a work in progress as additional features such as the clubhouse and pool have been added. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Plus the use of the clubhouse, spa, pool and tennis courts. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Yesterday, he finished his first round as joint clubhouse leader, but was then disqualified. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Used Occasionally. clubhouse is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'clubhouse'
British English: clubhouse NOUN
A clubhouse is a place where the members of a club, especially a sports club, meet.
- American English: clubhouse
- Brazilian Portuguese: sede do clube
- Chinese: > 俱乐部会所尤指运动俱乐部的
- European Spanish: local social, sobre todo en clubs deportivos
- French: pavillon
- German: Klubhaus
- Italian: sede del circolo
- Japanese: クラブハウス
- Korean: 클럽 회관
- European Portuguese: sede do clube
- Spanish: local social, sobre todo en clubs deportivos
Definition of clubhouse from the Collins English Dictionary
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