Definition of 'youth club'
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Welcome to the world's oldest youth club. Times, Sunday Times (2017)But there was a darts board at her local youth club. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Some of this may be fair enough if you run a youth club. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Local colleges, youth clubs or youth projects sometimes offer similar confidential services for young people. Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)A favourite with schools and the local youth club but equally at home in the playroom. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Or how about forming your own group with friends to play at local youth clubs or old people's homes? The Sun (2007)My parents insisted that I should join a youth club. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We all went to the youth club which was run by Mr Peel. The Sun (2014)Another friend added: 'He was going to the local youth club to try to keep himself out of trouble. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I'm 41 and spent my younger days going to youth clubs not nightclubs. The Sun (2014)Friday, I used to go to my youth club. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I used to go to a youth club and I would take him there with me. FRIENDS FOR LIFE (2003)The plot is agreeable nonsense about a millionaire's son trying to save a local youth club from demolition by his father's plans for an office block. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This figure has not risen since you or I were stealing cider from our dad's garage and swigging it outside the youth club disco. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'youth club'
British English: youth club /juːθ klʌb/ NOUN
A youth club is a club where young people can go to meet each other and take part in various leisure activities. Youth clubs are often run by a church or local authority.
...a disco at the youth club.
- American English: youth club
- Arabic: نَادِيُ الشَّباب
- Brazilian Portuguese: associação de juventude
- Chinese: 青年俱乐部
- Croatian: omladinski klub
- Czech: klub mládeže
- Danish: ungdomsklub
- Dutch: jeugdclub
- European Spanish: club de jóvenes
- Finnish: nuorisotalo
- French: MJC
- German: Jugendclub
- Greek: λέσχη νέων
- Italian: circolo giovanile
- Japanese: ユースクラブ
- Korean: 유스 클럽
- Norwegian: ungdomsklubb
- Polish: klub młodzieżowy
- European Portuguese: associação de juventude
- Romanian: club pentru tineri
- Russian: молодежный клуб
- Spanish: club de jóvenes
- Swedish: ungdomsklubb
- Thai: คลับวัยรุ่นที่จัดให้มีกิจกรรมเพื่อความบันเทิง
- Turkish: gençlik kulübü
- Ukrainian: молодіжний клуб
- Vietnamese: câu lạc bộ thanh niên
Definition of youth club from the Collins English Dictionary
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