bar

I
n.
counter or place where drinks are sold

1) to manage, operate, run a bar

2) to stop at a bar (on the way home); to drink at the bar; to drop into a bar

3) a cash (AE); cocktail; coffee (BE); gay; open ('free'); public (BE); salad; saloon (BE); singles bar

barrier

4) the color bar

5) a bar to (a bar to success)

barrier in a law court

6) at the bar (the prisoner at the bar; to be tried at the bar)

7) before the bar (of justice)

the profession of barrister, trial lawyer

(esp. BE)

8) to be admitted, called to the bar

9) to read for the bar

metal strip used as a barrier

10) behind bars ('in prison') (he was put behind bars)

strip used in gymnastics

11) a horizontal bar

12) parallel bars

13) on the bar (to work out on the bar)

handrail used by ballet dancers

14) at the bar (to warm up at the bar)

metal strip used in a suspension system

15) a torsion bar

lever on a typewriter

16) a space bar

oblong piece

17) a candy; chocolate bar

musical measure

18) to hum; play; sing a few bars

II
v.

1) (D; tr.) ('to exclude') to bar from (he was barred from the competition)

2) (K) ('to forbid') they barred his participating

* * *
[bɑː]
called to the bar
chocolate bar
gay
run a bar
sing a few bars
singles bar
to drink at the bar
to drop into a bar
open ('free')
coffee (BE)
public (BE)
saloon (BE)
(K) ('to forbid') they barred his participating
['barrier'] the color bar
['counter or place where drinks are sold'] to manage
['lever on a typewriter'] a space bar
['metal strip used in a suspension system'] a torsion bar
['musical measure'] to hum
['oblong piece'] a candy
['strip used in gymnastics'] a horizontal bar
['the profession of barrister, trial lawyer'] (esp. BE) to be admitted
parallel bars
to read for the bar
a cash (AE)
a bar to (a bar to success)
['metal strip used as a barrier'] behind bars (he was put behind bars; 'in prison')
(D;tr.) ('to exclude') to bar from (he was barred from the competition)
before the bar (of justice)
to stop at a bar (on the way home)
['barrier in a law court'] at the bar (the prisoner at the bar; to be tried at the bar)
['barrier in a law court'] at the bar (the prisoner at the bar; to be tried at the bar)
['handrail used by ballet dancers'] at the bar (to warm up at the bar)
on the bar (to work out on the bar)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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