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|English term or phrase: clubbing offers|
|En un texto sobre el rol del encargado de la circulación de una revista que data de 1928. No me parece que sean ofertas de salidas nocturnas... ¿Alguna sugerencia?|
"The circulation man of a class publication finds not only a natural enemy in the editor, but an unfeeling tyrant in his publisher. If allowed to offer premiums at all, he must see that they are very closely akin to the editorial nature of the publication; if he gest into clubbing offers, he must choose his company with the greatest care.
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club2 n. 4. The contribution of an individual to a joint charge. The fine fellows are always inviting him to the tavern, and make him pay his club. Swift, Journal to Stella, vi.
club2 (klub) v. I. intrans. 1. To combine or join together, as a number of individuals, for a common purpose; form a club: as, to club together to form a library.- 2. Specifically, to contribute to a common fund; combine to raise money for a certain purpose.
We were resolved to club for a coach. Tatler, No. 137.
II. trans. 1. To unite, add together by contribution; combine.
By thus clubbing our books in a common library, we should each of us have the advantage of using the books of all the other members. Franklin, Autobiog. p. 119.
The two brothers who club their means to buy an elephant. T. Ilook, Gilbert Gurney, III, i.
atler, No. 137.
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