clubhouse

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club·house

 (klŭb′hous′)
n.
1.
a. A building occupied by a club.
b. A building used for socializing and usually meals at a sporting facility, such as a racetrack or golf course.
2. A building or room used by an athletic team as a locker room.

clubhouse

(ˈklʌbˌhaʊs)
n
the premises of a sports or other club, esp a golf club

club•house

(ˈklʌbˌhaʊs)

n., pl. -hous•es (-ˌhaʊ zɪz)
1. a building or room occupied by a club or used for recreational activities.
2. the dressing room of an athletic team.
[1810–20]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.clubhouse - a building that is occupied by a social clubclubhouse - a building that is occupied by a social club; "the clubhouse needed a new roof"
building, edifice - a structure that has a roof and walls and stands more or less permanently in one place; "there was a three-story building on the corner"; "it was an imposing edifice"
clubroom - a room used for the activities of a club
reading room - a room set aside for reading
Translations

clubhouse

[ˈklʌbhaʊs] N (clubhouses (pl)) → sede f de un club

clubhouse

[ˈklʌbhaʊs] npavillon m, club-house m

clubhouse

[ˈklʌbˌhaʊs] ncircolo
References in classic literature ?
This gave him many friends--all of whom he had gotten together into the "War Whoop League," whose clubhouse you might see just outside of the yards.
And it is a solemn fact that the English in this Eastern exile have contrived to make a small golf links out of the green scrub and sand; with a comfortable clubhouse at one end of it and this primeval monument at the other.
The clubhouse on the golf links was used, of course, for many other purposes besides that of golf.
Fisher did not see his friend until a fortnight later, when he found himself in the garden at the back of the clubhouse on the opposite side from the links, a garden heavily colored and scented with sweet semitropical plants in the glow of a desert sunset.
A moment or two after he had spoken they heard a voice hailing them out of the shadow of the clubhouse, and were astonished to perceive Travers hurrying toward them, calling out as he came:
Half an hour later Fisher was again walking to and fro in front of the clubhouse, with Captain Boyle, the latter by this time with a very buffeted and bewildered air; perhaps a sadder and a wiser man.
It was only for the first few moments, while the carriage was driving out of the clubhouse gates, that Levin was still under the influence of the club atmosphere of repose, comfort, and unimpeachable good form.
With that lesson in mind, today's programs are more targeted and inclusive, as demonstrated by PowerUP's 300-plus computer laboratories, the growing network of Intel-sponsored Computer Clubhouses and Hewlett-Packard's ambitious e-inclusion initiative.
Intel has invested $32 million over the past five years to sponsor more than 100 Intel Computer Clubhouses.
8220;Swaback Partners, designers of renowned resort clubhouses at Martis Camp in Lake Tahoe and Promontory's Nicklaus Clubhouse in Park City, will showcase the true beauty of what a clubhouse can bring to a development.
Balser, D-Newton, and 28 others filed an amendment on deadline yesterday at the Statehouse in Boston to restore the remaining $559,000 to level fund the clubhouses next year.
We are pleased to honor these outstanding clubhouses," said Katina Cavagnaro, publisher of Golf Inc.