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sin·gles bar

(sĭng′gəlz)
n.
A bar patronized especially by people who are unmarried or not in committed romantic relationships.
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singles bar

n
(Sociology) a bar or club that is a social meeting place for single people
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sin′gles bar`


n.
a bar frequented chiefly by unmarried people, esp. those seeking a lover or spouse.
[1965–70]
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singles bar

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You need to think of it like you were at a singles bar trying to meet a woman.
Rossner, who has died, aged 70, had only enjoyed modest success with her previous three novels, before her dark and sexually explicit incursion into the New York singles bar phenomenon.
After failing his exams, Malachy left Ireland for America, where he set up Manhattan's first singles bar and became a TV regular.
As the unpaired second ballerina, Maya Dumchenko alternated with Sofia Gumerova, who turned the role into a character in a singles bar. Not surprisingly, the opener, "Emeralds," was least successful.
Dubbed the singles bar for the joystick generation, the tables are instead fitted with black-and-white TV screens hooked up to a network of cameras around the room.
Meeting online gives you more control than doing so in a singles bar. Moreover, you can get to know them better through continual communication.
Anyway, despite telling me he was in love with me, he has now left me to be with another woman - someone he met at a singles bar apparently.