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類語

英和・和英

Club

参照:研究社

A
1 【可算名詞】
 a (武器用の頭が太くて重い)こん棒.
 b (ゴルフ・ホッケーなどの)クラブ,打球棒.
 c =Indian club.
2
 a 【可算名詞】 (トランプの)クラブ(の札).
 b [複数形で] クラブの組.
B 【可算名詞】
1 クラブ 《同好会・共済会・頒布会など》.
2
 a クラブ室[会館].
 b =nightclub.

名詞としての「club」のイディオムやフレーズ

in the (púdding) clúb
Jóin the clúb!
on the clúb


(clubbed; club・bing) 【他動詞】 〈…を〉こん棒で打つ[懲らしめる].

動詞としての「club」のイディオムやフレーズ

clúb togéther


音節club発音記号・読み方klʌ́b変化複~s{~z}~s; clubbed; club・bing
クラブ;クラブ室
名詞1(スポーツ・娯楽・社交などの)クラブ,(同好)会,部;(特典付き)会員制クラブ(原義は「太い棒」で,人々が棒のように1つにまとまることから「クラブ」の意になった)

 a tennis club
テニスクラブ[部]
 He belongs to a soccer club.
彼はサッカークラブ[部]に所属している
 Will you join our club?
うちのクラブに入りませんか

2クラブ室;クラブ会館(clubhouseともいう)
3こん棒,警棒

 The man hit the dog with a club.
男はその犬をこん棒で打った

4≪ゴルフ≫クラブ(golf clubともいう)
5≪トランプ≫クラブ;((~s))【単数・複数】クラブの組

 the ten of clubs
クラブの10

6ナイトクラブ(nightclub)
成句in the club
((英俗))妊娠して
成句Join [Welcome to] the club!
((口))(自分と同じ苦境にある人に)仲間だね,お互いつらいね
動詞((口))(自分と同じ苦境にある人に)仲間だね,お互いつらいね
他動詞…をこん棒で打つ[殴る],(こん棒のような物で)打つ[殴る]

 club ... to death
…を殴打して殺す

自動詞〈…するために〉資金を出し合う〈to do〉
成句club together
金を出し合う

対訳 クラブ
解説
One of the music genres that appears under Genre classification in Windows Media Player library. Based on ID3 standard tagging format for MP3 audio files. Winamp genre ID # 112.

球桿; 触腕掌部; 球かん

Club

参照:科学技術振興機構

クラブ; 棍棒; 棍棒体; 触腕掌部; 球杆; 警棒

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クラブ

Club

参照:情報通信研究機構

【動詞】
1
クラブのようなかたまりに集まる
(gather into a club-like mass)
club hair 棍毛
2
クラブかこん棒で、打つ
(strike with a club or a bludgeon)
3
集まって、一緒に時間を過ごす
(gather and spend time together)
They always club together 彼らは常に一緒に協力する
4
共通の目的のため一緒になる
(unite with a common purpose)
The two men clubbed together 2人の男が協力した
【名詞】
1
夜に遅くにあいていて、ダンスと飲食物だけでなくエンターテイメント(歌手またはダンサーのような)を提供するスポット
(a spot that is open late at night and that provides entertainment (as singers or dancers) as well as dancing and food and drink)
the gossip columnist got his information by visiting nightclubs every night ゴシップ欄担当記者は、毎晩ナイトクラブを訪問することによって、彼の情報を得た
he played the drums at a jazz club 彼はジャズ・クラブでドラムを演奏した
2
一方の端がより大きくなっている頑丈な杖
(stout stick that is larger at one end)
he carried a club in self defense 彼は自衛のために棍棒を持っていた
he felt as if he had been hit with a club 彼はまるで棍棒で殴られたように感じた
3
1つかそれ以上の黒いシロツメクサを持つ小さい一組のカード
(a playing card in the minor suit that has one or more black trefoils on it)
he led a small club 彼は小さなクラブを経営した
clubs were trumps クラブが切り札だった
4
クラブによって占められる建物
(a building that is occupied by a social club)
the clubhouse needed a new roof クラブハウスは屋根を新しくする必要があった
5
ゴルフボールを打つのにゴルファーが用いる道具
(golf equipment used by a golfer to hit a golf ball)
6
ともにプレーし、遠征するプロ野球選手のチーム
(a team of professional baseball players who play and travel together)
each club played six home games with teams in its own division どのクラブも所属する区分のチームと6試合ずつホームゲームを行う
7
類似の関心を持つ人々の公式な協会
(a formal association of people with similar interests)
he joined a golf club 彼はゴルフクラブに入った
「club」に関する類語一覧

Club

参照:情報通信研究機構

頒布会;クラブ;会所

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Club

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訳語 クラブ
訳語 くらぶ

Club

参照:日外アソシエーツ

棒;醵出;出し合う;棍棒;会;倶楽部

Club

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クラブ
カテゴリ 自動車用語
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Club

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棍棒
棍棒(こんぼう、英: club)とは、人が握り振り動かすのに適度な太さと長さを備えた丸い棒のこと。
クラブ, 探偵団, サークル, 社会人サークル, 友会, ゴルフ場, 部, 棍棒, こん棒, 会, 会所, 愛好会
棍棒でなぐる

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Club

参照:Wiktionary

語源

From Middle English clubbe, from Old Norse klubba, klumba (“cudgel”), from Proto-Germanic *klumpô (“clip, clasp; clump, lump; log, block”), from Proto-Indo-European *glemb-, *glembʰ- (“log, block”), from *gel- (“to ball up, conglomerate, amass”). Cognate with English clump, cloud, Latin globus, glomus; and perhaps related to Middle Low German kolve (“bulb”), German Kolben (“butt, bulb, club”).

発音

 enPR: klŭb, IPA(key): /klʌb/
 韻: -ʌb

名詞


A law enforcement baton
club (複数形 clubs)
 A heavy stick intended for use as a weapon or playthingWp.
 1918, W. B. Maxwell, chapter 12, in The Mirror and the Lamp:

There were many wooden chairs for the bulk of his visitors, and two wicker armchairs with red cloth cushions for superior people. From the packing-cases had emerged some Indian clubs, […], and all these articles […] made a scattered and untidy decoration that Mrs. Clough assiduously dusted and greatly cherished.


 An implement to hit the ball in certain ball games, such as golf.
 An association of members joining together for some common purpose, especially sports or recreation.
 1892, Walter Besant, chapter III, in The Ivory Gate: A Novel, New York, N.Y.: Harper & Brothers, […], OCLC 16832619:





At half-past nine on this Saturday evening, the parlour of the Salutation Inn, High Holborn, contained most of its customary visitors. […] In former days every tavern of repute kept such a room for its own select circle, a club, or society, of habitués, who met every evening, for a pipe and a cheerful glass.

 (archaic) The fees associated with belonging to such a club.
 1783, Benjamin Franklin:[1]

He can have no right to the benefits of Society, who will not pay his Club towards the Support of it.

 A joint charge of expense, or any person's share of it; a contribution to a common fund.
 (Can we date this quote?) Roger L'Estrange

They laid down the club.

 (Can we date this quote?) Samuel Pepys

We dined at a French house, but paid ten shillings for our part of the club.

 An establishment that provides staged entertainment, often with food and drink, such as a nightclub.

She was sitting in a jazz club, sipping wine and listening to a bass player's solo.


 A black clover shape (♣), one of the four symbols used to mark the suits of playing cards.
 A playing card marked with such a symbol.

I've got only one club in my hand.


 (humorous) Any set of people with a shared characteristic.

You also hate Night Court?  Join the club.


Michael stood you up?  Welcome to the club.


 A club sandwich.
 2004, Joanne M. Anderson, Small-town Restaurants in Virginia (page 123)

Crab cake sandwiches, tuna melts, chicken clubs, salmon cakes, and prime-rib sandwiches are usually on the menu.

 The slice of bread in the middle of a club sandwich.

同意語

 (weapon): cudgel
 (sports association): team

下位語

 chess club
 sports club

派生語

Terms derived from club (noun)
 aero club
 benefit club
 Christmas club
 club blues
 clubfoot
 clubhouse
 club sandwich
 cricket club
 football club
 golf club
 hybrid club
 nightclub
 on the club
 rescue club
 rowing club
 student club
 trouble club

動詞

club (三人称単数 現在形 clubs, 現在分詞 clubbing, 過去形および過去分詞形 clubbed)
 (transitive) To hit with a club.

He clubbed the poor dog.

 (intransitive) To join together to form a group.
 (Can we date this quote?) Dryden

Till grosser atoms, tumbling in the stream / Of fancy, madly met, and clubbed into a dream.

 (intransitive, transitive) To combine into a club-shaped mass.

a medical condition with clubbing of the fingers and toes

 (intransitive) To go to nightclubs.
 1997, Sarah Penny, The whiteness of bones, page 4:

In London you lived on beans, but you clubbed all night


 2011, Mackenzie Phillips, High on Arrival:

I was rarely there —I was clubbing at night, sleeping during the day, back and forth to L.A.—but I had more money than I knew what to do with.


 2013, Fabrice Humbert, Sila's Fortune:

He had been clubbing until the early hours




We went clubbing in Ibiza.

When I was younger, I used to go clubbing almost every night.

 (intransitive) To pay an equal or proportionate share of a common charge or expense.
 (Can we date this quote?) Jonathan Swift

The owl, the raven, and the bat / Clubbed for a feather to his hat.

 (transitive) To raise, or defray, by a proportional assessment.

to club the expense

 (nautical) To drift in a current with an anchor out.
 (military) To throw, or allow to fall, into confusion.
 1876, Major-General G. E. Voyle and Captain G. De Saint-Clair-Stevenson, F.R.G.S., A Military Dictionary, Comprising Terms, Scientific and Otherwise, Connected with the Science of War, Third Edition, London: William Clowes & Sons, page 80:

To club a battalion implies a temporary inability in the commanding officer to restore any given body of men to their natural front in line or column.


 (transitive) To unite, or contribute, for the accomplishment of a common end.

to club exertions

 1749, Henry Fielding, The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling

For instance, let us suppose that Homer and Virgil, Aristotle and Cicero, Thucydides and Livy, could have met all together, and have clubbed their several talents to have composed a treatise on the art of dancing: I believe it will be readily agreed they could not have equalled the excellent treatise which Mr Essex hath given us on that subject, entitled, The Rudiments of Genteel Education.

 1854, The Eclectic Review, page 147:

You see a person, who, added to yourself, would make, you think, a glorious being, and you proceed to idealize accordingly; you stand on his head, and outtower the tallest; you club your brains with his, and are wiser than the wisest; you add the heat of your heart to his, and produce a very furnace of love.


 (transitive, military) To turn the breech of (a musket) uppermost, so as to use it as a club.

派生語

 clubbing
 go clubbing