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A railroad car equipped with a lounge and other amenities.
- ‘The club car still remained busy with several passengers sitting in the numerous chairs, talking over drinks and work.’
- ‘One exhibit that caught my eye upon the museum's reopening was devoted to the dining service of the old B&O, when passengers relaxed in club cars and had waiters carve turkey tableside.’
- ‘We boarded and the diner had closed for the evening and the club car was only opened until midnight.’
club car/ˈkləb ˌkär/
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