bar-room

Translations

bar-room

[ˈbɑːˌrʊm]
A. N (US) → bar m, taberna f
B. CPD bar-room brawl Npelea f de taberna
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I quickly followed suit, and descending into the bar-room accosted the grinning landlord very pleasantly.
He was proud of the fact, and it was a high moment for him, fresh from two thousand miles of trail, to come surging into that bar-room, dogs, sled, mail, Indian, paraphernalia, and all.
You never disturb us, cousin," said the smokers, while the readers tore themselves from the heroes of the bar-room and gutter long enough to nod affably to their guest.
So far, nearly every house is a low tavern; and on the bar-room walls, are coloured prints of Washington, and Queen Victoria of England, and the American Eagle.
A wide door with double leaves admitted me into the hall or entry, on the right of which is the entrance to the bar-room.
He frequently offered him a glass of whiskey or pale ale in the steamer bar-room, which Passepartout never failed to accept with graceful alacrity, mentally pronouncing Fix the best of good fellows.
Captain Jorgensen bellowed across the bar-room to the cook of the Howard.
I observed that the vitals of the village were the grocery, the bar-room, the post-office, and the bank; and, as a necessary part of the machinery, they kept a bell, a big gun, and a fire-engine, at convenient places; and the houses were so arranged as to make the most of mankind, in lanes and fronting one another, so that every traveller had to run the gauntlet, and every man, woman, and child might get a lick at him.
Louis House--my first visit--a huge bar-room, where perhaps fifty men, mostly longshoremen, were congregated.
His dashing manner and fearlessness of speech made him a favourite with them all; while the rapid and scientific way in which he polished off his antagonist in an "all in" bar-room scrap earned the respect of that rough community.
I liked to drop into his bar-room and listen to the talk.
It did one's heart good to see the great fires that were kindled in the parlor and bar-room, especially the latter, where the fireplace was built of rough stone, and might have contained the trunk of an old tree for a backlog.