bar


bar
m.
1 bar.
ir de bares to go out drinking, to go on a pub crawl
2 counter, liquor counter, bar.
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bar
nombre masculino (pl bares)
1 (cafetería) café, snack bar; (de bebidas alcohólicas) bar
2 FÍSICA bar
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noun m.
bar
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SM bar

bar de alterne, bar de citas — singles bar

bar de copas — nightclub

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masculino
1) (local) bar; (mueble) liquor cabinet (AmE), drinks cabinet (BrE)
2) (Fís) bar
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= bar, snack bar, inn, pub, the, food-court, wine bar, barroom, tavern, watering hole.
Ex. This community complex incorporates sports halls, squash courts, a restaurant, bars and a cellar coffee bar.
Ex. A lecture room, a bookseller's shop and a snack bar will be added later to the library.
Ex. This article describes the architecture of the library in Skorping, Denmark, built on the site of an old inn destroyed by fire.
Ex. Equally the housewife happily crossing off her numbers in the bingo hall is just as much at leisure as is her husband painting his pigeon loft and then going for a drink with his mates at the pub.
Ex. And then, perhaps more important of all of that, is the social and professional interaction that takes place at the conference, it is not rare to meet new friends at the food court that last for ever!.
Ex. A large number of wine bars, upmarket drinking establishments and themed pubs have opened in recent times, especially in the city centre.
Ex. The author describes the cowboys, barrooms, variety theaters, and bawdy houses and their patrons in an attempt to separate historical reality from local myth.
Ex. She walked into the tavern and started mouthing off about my less than exemplary manliness.
Ex. A watering hole in Spain is serving up free beer and tapas to recession-weary customers who insult its bartenders as a way to let off steam.
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* bar cafetería = cellar coffee bar.
* bar con terraza = curbside cafe, kerbside cafe, terrace bar.
* bar de copas = martini bar.
* bar de gays = gay bar.
* bar de karaoke = karaoke bar.
* bar ilegal = shebeen.
* bar junto a la playa = beachside bar.
* bar que elabora su propia cerveza = brew pub.
* barra de bar = bar counter.
* bar restaurante = restaurant-bar.
* bar rural = country pub.
* taburete de bar = barstool.
* vagón bar = bar car.
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masculino
1) (local) bar; (mueble) liquor cabinet (AmE), drinks cabinet (BrE)
2) (Fís) bar
* * *
= bar, snack bar, inn, pub, the, food-court, wine bar, barroom, tavern, watering hole.

Ex: This community complex incorporates sports halls, squash courts, a restaurant, bars and a cellar coffee bar.

Ex: A lecture room, a bookseller's shop and a snack bar will be added later to the library.
Ex: This article describes the architecture of the library in Skorping, Denmark, built on the site of an old inn destroyed by fire.
Ex: Equally the housewife happily crossing off her numbers in the bingo hall is just as much at leisure as is her husband painting his pigeon loft and then going for a drink with his mates at the pub.
Ex: And then, perhaps more important of all of that, is the social and professional interaction that takes place at the conference, it is not rare to meet new friends at the food court that last for ever!.
Ex: A large number of wine bars, upmarket drinking establishments and themed pubs have opened in recent times, especially in the city centre.
Ex: The author describes the cowboys, barrooms, variety theaters, and bawdy houses and their patrons in an attempt to separate historical reality from local myth.
Ex: She walked into the tavern and started mouthing off about my less than exemplary manliness.
Ex: A watering hole in Spain is serving up free beer and tapas to recession-weary customers who insult its bartenders as a way to let off steam.
* bar cafetería = cellar coffee bar.
* bar con terraza = curbside cafe, kerbside cafe, terrace bar.
* bar de copas = martini bar.
* bar de gays = gay bar.
* bar de karaoke = karaoke bar.
* bar ilegal = shebeen.
* bar junto a la playa = beachside bar.
* bar que elabora su propia cerveza = brew pub.
* barra de bar = bar counter.
* bar restaurante = restaurant-bar.
* bar rural = country pub.
* taburete de bar = barstool.
* vagón bar = bar car.

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bar bares (↑ bar a1)
masculine
A
1 (local) bar
2 (mueble) drinks cabinet
Compuestos:
bar de topless
topless bar
bar lácteo
(Chi) milk bar
B (Fís) bar
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bar sustantivo masculino (local) bar;
(mueble) liquor cabinet (AmE), drinks cabinet (BrE)
bar sustantivo masculino bar, pub
En el Reino Unido la palabra pub se aplica a cualquier establecimiento autorizado a servir cerveza, vino y otras bebidas alcohólicas. Por tanto, no es necesariamente lo mismo que un pub español y puede traducirse por taberna, bar, etc. Formalmente, es abreviación de public house y en Estados Unidos se llama bar.
'bar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
ambientar
- ambientada
- ambientado
- bajar
- barra
- barrote
- cafetería
- camarera
- camarero
- cantina
- cervecería
- chingana
- chocolatina
- colegio
- compás
- doblar
- encima
- espaciador
- ganarse
- hispana
- hispano
- jabón
- lingote
- listón
- lonchería
- merendero
- mesón
- mesonera
- mesonero
- mostrador
- pastilla
- pedir
- pub
- taberna
- tablao
- tableta
- tasca
- terraza
- topless
- tranca
- whiskería
- animación
- atrancar
- banco
- bodega
- boliche
- cada
- café
- casa
- céntrico
English:
association
- bar
- bar chart
- bar code
- buffet
- colour bar
- counter
- dive
- dump
- football
- local
- lounge bar
- overcrowded
- people
- pub
- saloon
- saloon bar
- snack bar
- some
- space bar
- tatty
- topless
- watering hole
- beer
- café
- cocktail
- cross
- inside
- liquor
- publican
- public
- rail
- rod
- scroll
- seedy
- sleazy
- snack
- straight
- tool
- towel
- welcoming
- wine
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bar nm
1. [establecimiento] bar;
ir de bares to go out drinking, to go on a pub crawl
Comp
bar de copas bar;
bar restaurante = bar with a restaurant attached;
bar temático theme bar;
bar terraza = stand selling alcoholic and soft drinks, surrounded by tables and chairs for customers
2. [unidad] bar
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bar
m bar
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bar nm
: bar, tavern
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bar n bar

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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