barnoun [ C ]uk /bɑːr/ us /bɑːr/
bar noun [ C ] (DRINKING PLACE)
- As a general rule, we don't allow children in the bar.
- You'll find her in the bar almost every evening about six o'clock.
- The hotel bar is open to non-residents.
- She roamed around America for a year, working in bars and restaurants.
- She fell into a conversation with a man at the bar.
bar noun [ C ] (LONG PIECE)
a bar of soap 一塊肥皂
a chocolate bar 一條巧克力棒
- He was chomping away on a bar of chocolate.
- Some maniac was running down the street waving a massive metal bar.
- a candy bar
- "Would you get me a bar of chocolate from the kitchen?" "Another one?!"
- Loop the rope over the bar.
bar noun [ C ] (MUSIC)
Waltzes have three beats in/to the bar (= in each bar). 華爾滋每小節有三拍。
bar noun [ C ] (PREVENTING)
barverb [ T ]uk /bɑːr/ us /bɑːr/ -rr-
bar verb [ T ] (PREVENT)
The incident led to him being barred from the country/barred from entering the country. 這事件導致他被禁止進入該國／無法再為英國隊效力。