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pubnoun [C]

 us   /pʌb/
a ​bar
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pubnoun [C]

uk   /pʌb/  us   /pʌb/ (formal public house) UK
A2 a ​place, ​especially in Great ​Britain or Ireland, where ​alcoholicdrinks can be ​bought and ​drunk and where ​food is often ​available: Do you ​want to go to (informal go down) the pub after ​work? ourlocal pub a pub ​lunch.
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pub

uk   us   UK ( US pub.)
written abbreviation forpublic
(Definition of pub from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “pub”
in Arabic حانة…
in Korean 술집, 펍, 호프집…
in Portuguese pub, bar, botequim…
in Catalan pub, bar…
in Japanese パブ…
in Chinese (Simplified) (英国的)酒吧…
in Turkish birahane, meyhane, akşamcı yeri…
in Russian пивная…
in Chinese (Traditional) (英國的)酒吧…
in Italian pub…
in Polish pub…
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