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English definition of “bar”

bar

noun [C] (POLE)   /bɑr/
a strong pole, esp. one made of metal, used as a support, to force something to move, or to block an opening: He stuck his hand through the bars of the cage A bar is also any of various small objects having a rectangular shape: a granola bar
(Definition of bar noun (POLE) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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