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a bar (on a window): a stick, a pole, a shaft, a railing (on a window, to stop people climbing through)

a bar: a pub, a cafe; a counter


  • "We're trying to rebrand Outback Cologne as a scent that also appeals to urban individuals, university students, young professionals, people who frequent bars and cafés and single men on the dating scene."
  • "Horatio : Haven't you ever been to a miracle juice bar before?"
  • "An all-you-can-eat bagel bar will be provided."
  • "Well you can go to one bar, I will be going to another secret bar underwater with my millionaire manatee friends."
  • "an intense bar fight ensues."
  • "Hopefully we can wrap things up quickly and head to the bar."
  • "Bruno and Horatio's Miracle Juices, a fledgling juice and smoothie bar, caused a stir last month when their 'miraculous' juices allegedly cured a man of his loneliness, reunited a lost parrot with his lover, and helped settle a bitter dispute between a chicken and an egg."
  • "Next time we'll add some weight to the bar."
  • "It's behind the bar, here."

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