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saloon bar

noun [C] uk   UK old-fashioned us  
a bar in a pub or hotel that is more comfortable than the other bars, and in which you sometimes pay a little more money for your drink
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Translations of “saloon bar”
in Chinese (Traditional) (酒館或飯店中的)雅座酒吧…
in Chinese (Simplified) (酒馆或宾馆中的)雅座酒吧…
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