English to Welsh Meaning of clubbing - clybio


Clubbing :
clybio
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Definitions of clubbing in English
Noun(1) a condition in which the ends of toes and fingers become wide and thick; a symptom of heart or lung disease
Verb(1) unite with a common purpose(2) gather and spend time together(3) strike with a club or a bludgeon(4) gather into a club-like mass
Examples of clubbing in English
(1) The image he presented was of a bluff, hearty, clubbable chap, but certainly in the early days, that masked what must have been a worrying time of extreme poverty amid the struggle to make his mark as a writer.(2) There he is surrounded by a salon of interesting people he has collected, including the eminently clubbable journalist, Sneath.(3) The interview with them is good, easy reading; you don't feel you know them any better but they seem clubbable enough.(4) In keeping with the colonial elite's clubbable business style, many lending institutions disbursed their funds through patronage networks, with few procedures to monitor clients' accounts.(5) Freddie is a decent, clubbable type struggling to survive in the emotional deep end.(6) Lean, trim and a little severe, he has never been the most clubbable of men.(7) He adds: ‘I've never been very clubbable and I've always felt too old for my age.’(8) Unmarried, very short, plump early in life, fat later, overdressed, vain, and watchful, Gibbon was easy to make fun of, and though he belonged to Johnson's Club, he was not a clubbable man.(9) While most of his political generation have settled for the clubbable pleasures of the House of Lords or the corporate boardroom, he is still lean and hungry and in the thick of the action.(10) He claims to be very shy but as chums such as friends testify, he is perfectly clubbable .(11) He had to be a gentleman: clubbable , competent, courteous and fair; but he had also to be not so gentlemanly as to be lazy or independent of his master.(12) Those who have worked with him describe him as work-obsessed, ambitious, focused, not particularly clubbable .(13) He's clearly clubbable - a man you can take anywhere.(14) Not being clubbable - indeed, not being admitted into some clubs - she rose above the leadership of the party before taking it.(15) Any aspirant nation found not to be clubbable will find itself out in the cold.(16) But this belongs to days of the magic circle choosing the most clubbable old boy.
Related Phrases of clubbing
(1) club ::
clwb
(2) go clubbing ::
mynd clybio
Synonyms
Verb
1. cudgel ::
pastwn
2. bludgeon ::
bludgeon
3. bash ::
bash
4. beat ::
guro
5. hit ::
taro
6. strike ::
streic
7. batter ::
cytew
8. belabor ::
belabor
9. clout ::
grym
10. clobber ::
lusgo'i gêr
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