(commerce) a takeover bid in which several private-equity companies form a syndicate to acquire a target company
- Club drugs
Drugs that are widely used and easily available at teen dance club parties known as raves.
[kluhb-feys] /ˈklʌbˌfeɪs/ noun 1. the striking surface of the head of a golf club.
- Club fed
noun phrase A minimum-security federal prison: Set on 42 campus-like acres, Club Fed had neither walls nor armed guards [1980s+; after Club Med, trademark name of a chain of holiday resorts]
noun, Boxing. 1. a prizefighter who fights regularly at local boxing clubs, but who is not nationally known or regarded as having the ability or skill to win a division championship.