clubland

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clubland

(ˈklʌbˌlænd)
n
(in Britain) the area of London around St James's, which contains most of the famous London clubs
Translations

clubland

[ˈklʌblænd] (British)
n
(= area) → quartier m des boîtes de nuit
(= milieu) (British)monde m des boîtes de nuit
modif [sound, classic] → de boîte de nuitclub sandwich nclub sandwich mclub soda n (US)eau f de seltz
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He is rather a king in Clubland spending his all freely and taking no thought for the morrow.
Audits incomplete, no one was to blame, Excuses tendered an "entity unknown" carried the shame A place once filled for the communities enjoyment That was when the pits gave jobs and full employment Pit closures carried clublands first steps of demise Unaware of the termination of the big club enterprise The men that worked hard wanted somewhere to play, A place of their own to forget tomorrow today.
Clubland Demise Clubland in tatters the finances are blown, Losing the premises that we thought we'd own.
On Friday night she was at Clublands in Cookstown, Northern Ireland having a great time.
GLAMOUR model Jordan, AKA Katie Price, took Ulster by storm last Friday night when she appeared at Clublands in Cookstown.