barkeep


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bar·keep·er

 (bär′kē′pər) also bar·keep (-kēp′)
n.
1. A person who owns or operates a bar for the sale of alcoholic beverages.
2. See bartender.

barkeep

(ˈbɑːˌkiːp)
n
informal a barkeeper
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.barkeep - an employee who mixes and serves alcoholic drinks at a barbarkeep - an employee who mixes and serves alcoholic drinks at a bar
barmaid - a female bartender
employee - a worker who is hired to perform a job
publican, tavern keeper - the keeper of a public house
Translations

barkeep(er)

n (US) → Barbesitzer(in) m(f), → Gastwirt m; (= bartender)Barkeeper m, → Barmann m
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Race and ethnicity, those American bugbears, are a kind of recurring theme here: the bedded girl and her brothers are Samoans, the loan shark is probably Belorussian, there's an Indian shop clerk, a Mexican barkeep and a Jewish property dealer.
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When his tenure as barkeep came to an end, Marcus printed the pattern onto additional shirts that he subsequently wore on a daily basis as a kind of artist's uniform.
One can observe him, the graying barkeep, as he sets the lunch table
Shooting three of them in the leg (thereby giving them actual wounded knees), he proceeded to calmly take out the barkeep, before heading for a showdown with the butcher of Laverne and his wife Peggy down at the lake.
Shooting three of them in the leg (thereby giving them actual wounded knees) he proceeded to calmly take out the barkeep, before heading for a showdown with the butcher of Laverne and his wife Peggy down at the lake.
The Unmarried Mother (Sarah Snook), a writer of 'confessional stories' for women's magazines, bets he can tell the Barkeep (Ethan Hawke) the best story he's ever heard.
As he recorded it in 1957, the tune had a calypso feel and described a patron telling the barkeep he had to go, to get back to his girl waiting across the sea in Jamaica.
A terrorist called The Fizzle Bomber could kill 11,000 people in 1975 New York but Ethan Hawke's job, as a timetravelling Temporal Agent called The Barkeep, is to try to prevent killers from striking.