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the Bar

noun [S, + sing/pl verb] uk   /bɑːr/ us    /bɑːr/
UK lawyers who are allowed to argue a case in a higher court US all lawyers thought of as a group be called to the Bar UK to gain a qualification as a lawyer who can argue a case in a higher court be admitted to the Bar US to gain a qualification as a lawyer
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