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n. pl. bar·flies Slang
One who frequents drinking establishments.
, pl -flies
informal a person who frequents bars
n., pl. -flies.
Slang. a person who frequents barrooms.
barfly [ˈbɑːflaɪ] N
) → culo m de café
n (inf) → Kneipenhocker(in) m(f) (inf)
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A huge sell-out success at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2009, Barflies
is drawn from the short stories and poems of cult American writer Charles Bukowski and is a rumbustious encounter with his alter-ego Henry Chinaski and a bevvy of the women who shaped his life and work.
Human caring abounds with tall tales that lead the barflies
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