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snack bar

noun [C] uk   us  
a small, informal restaurant where small meals can be eaten or bought to take away
Translations of “snack bar”
in Korean 스낵 바, 간이 식당…
in Arabic كافيتريا…
in Portuguese lanchonete…
in Catalan cafeteria…
in Japanese 軽食堂(店)…
in Italian tavola calda/fredda, snack bar…
in Chinese (Traditional) 速食店,小吃店…
in Chinese (Simplified) 快餐店,小吃店…
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