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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Sport, Buildings
clubhouseclub‧house /ˈklʌbhaʊs/ noun [countable]  DSTBBa building used by a club, especially a sports club
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clubhousePlans have been prepared by a local architect for a clubhouse, traditional pavilion and all-weather nets.The city used revenue from the course and clubhouse to pay off the $ 7 million it borrowed to build the course.Tuttle and Garagiola visit major league clubhouses, telling the story, and they have achieved some results.And again, the Club decided to alter the clubhouse.But there were also a boatload of questions about his defense, maturity and ability to get along in the clubhouse.In the clubhouse I learned that we had lost nothing, materially, just the match, and that was enough.In 1929 an architect was engaged and recommended doing nothing on the clubhouse.
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