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bar

noun [C] (DRINKING PLACE)
喝酒的地方
 
 
/bɑːr/ US  /bɑːr/
a place where especially alcoholic drinks are sold and drunk, or the area in such a place where the person serving the drinks stands
酒吧;酒吧的吧台
They noticed him going into the hotel bar.
他們看見他走進飯店的酒吧裡。
There weren't any free tables, so I sat at the bar.
沒有空位了,我只好坐在吧台旁。
Why don't you ask the guy behind the bar (= serving drinks there)?
你怎麼不問一問吧台裡的那個職員?
Selling and serving alcoholic drinksPublic entertainment venues
(Definition of bar noun (DRINKING PLACE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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