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join the club

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjoin the clubjoin the club (also welcome to the club American English)SERIOUS SITUATION spoken used after someone has described a bad situation that they are in, to tell them that you are in the same situation ‘He never listens to me.’ ‘Join the club.’ club
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join the clubWell, they can join the club.If you're confused, join the club!Scholar also revealed details of Venables's contract when he joined the club as manager from Barcelona.When she had finally confirmed that Patricia Hoskin had never joined the club, Blanche made an excuse and left.If you have, then join the club.ButIdid not come to Mitford to join the club and sit by the pool.He needs six points tonight in Orlando to join the club.To join the club simply send your name and address to us at the address below.
join the clubjoin the clubspokenAGREE used to say that you and a lot of other people are in the same situation ‘I’m having difficulty knowing what today’s debate is about.’ ‘Join the club, Geoffrey.’ join
Examples from the Corpus
join the clubHe needs six points tonight in Orlando to join the club.If you're confused, join the club!If you have, then join the club.Well, they can join the club.ButIdid not come to Mitford to join the club and sit by the pool.Scholar also revealed details of Venables's contract when he joined the club as manager from Barcelona.When she had finally confirmed that Patricia Hoskin had never joined the club, Blanche made an excuse and left.To join the club simply send your name and address to us at the address below.
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