barmaid


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bar·maid

 (bär′mād′)
n.
A woman who serves drinks in a bar.

barmaid

(ˈbɑːˌmeɪd)
n
(Professions) a woman who serves in a pub

bar•maid

(ˈbɑrˌmeɪd)

n.
a woman who bartends.
[1650–60]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.barmaid - a female bartenderbarmaid - a female bartender      
barkeep, barkeeper, barman, bartender, mixologist - an employee who mixes and serves alcoholic drinks at a bar
Translations
barmankabarman
barpigebartender
trinkejistino
tarjoilijatar
pipničarka
pincérnő
vínveitingamaîur/stúlka; baròjónn
女性バーテンダー
여자 바텐더
barmanka
točajka
barflicka
หญิงเสิร์ฟเครื่องดื่มในบาร์
nữ phục vụ của quán rượu

barmaid

[ˈbɑːmeɪd] N (esp Brit) → camarera f, moza f (LAm)

barmaid

[ˈbɑːrmeɪd] nbarmaid f, serveuse f (de bar)
She's a barmaid → Elle est barmaid.

barmaid

[ˈbɑːˌmeɪd] nbarista f

bar

(baː) noun
1. a rod or oblong piece (especially of a solid substance). a gold bar; a bar of chocolate; iron bars on the windows.
2. a broad line or band. The blue material had bars of red running through it.
3. a bolt. a bar on the door.
4. a counter at which or across which articles of a particular kind are sold. a snack bar; Your whisky is on the bar.
5. a public house.
6. a measured division in music. Sing the first ten bars.
7. something which prevents (something). His carelessness is a bar to his promotion.
8. the rail at which the prisoner stands in court. The prisoner at the bar collapsed when he was sentenced to ten years' imprisonment.
verbpast tense, past participle barred
1. to fasten with a bar. Bar the door.
2. to prevent from entering. He's been barred from the club.
3. to prevent (from doing something). My lack of money bars me from going on holiday.
preposition
except. All bar one of the family had measles.
ˈbarmaid, ˈbarman (-tendə) , (mainly American) ˈbartender noun
a person who serves at the bar of a public-house or hotel.
ˈbar code noun
a code in the form of parallel lines printed on goods from which the computer reads information about their price etc.

barmaid

ساقِيَة في حَانَة barmanka barpige Bardame σερβιτόρα σε μπαρ camarera tarjoilijatar serveuse pipničarka barista 女性バーテンダー 여자 바텐더 barmeisje bartender barmanka empregada de bar, garçonete барменша barflicka หญิงเสิร์ฟเครื่องดื่มในบาร์ kadın barmen nữ phục vụ của quán rượu 酒吧女服务员
References in classic literature ?
Crupp, 'that fell in love - with a barmaid - and had his waistcoats took in directly, though much swelled by drinking.
This fellow is madly, insanely, in love with her, but some two years ago, when he was only a lad, and before he really knew her, for she had been away five years at a boarding-school, what does the idiot do but get into the clutches of a barmaid in Bristol and marry her at a registry office?
If you gently push the swing-door ajar and peer in you draw upon yourself the contemptuous looks of the barmaid, who at once puts you down in the same category with area sneaks and cadgers.
Rapidly she approached the slovenly barmaid who stared half in envy, half in hate, at her more fortunate sister.
The coffee-room customers, and the waiters, and the coachmen, and the helpers--not to mention a barmaid who was looking on from behind an open sash window--seemed at that moment, if a spectator might judge from their winks, nods, and muttered exclamations, strongly disposed to take part against the young gentleman in the stockings.
It isn't so easy for a girl like Flora de Barral to become a factory hand, a pathetic seamstress or even a barmaid.
Here a fresh-looking barmaid serves them each with a glass of early purl as they stand before the fire, coachman and guard exchanging business remarks.
The barmaid corrected him, and said "Number Ten was empty.
Trying to drive out a cold," he explained to the barmaid, with a friendly nod and a grimacing smile.
The unaccustomed visitor from outside, naturally assumed everybody here to be prisoners--landlord, waiter, barmaid, potboy, and all.
The barmaid had positively refused to draw him any more liquor; in return for which he had (merely in playfulness) drawn his bayonet, and wounded the girl in the shoulder.
which he might have bestowed on a friendly barmaid.