What is another word for the bar?

Pronunciation: [ðə bˈɑː] (IPA)

The term "the bar" represents a place where people gather to drink, socialize and relax. There are various synonyms for "the bar" that are commonly used in different parts of the world, such as pub, tavern, saloon, lounge, and watering hole. A pub is a traditional British establishment that serves beer and ale, while a tavern is a similar establishment in North America. A saloon is an old western-style bar, and a lounge is a more upscale and sophisticated bar often found in hotels or nightclubs. A watering hole is a generic term for any place where people gather for drinks, but not necessarily for socializing. Regardless of which synonym is used, the bar remains a popular spot for people to unwind after a long day or week.

What are the hypernyms for The bar?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with The bar

  • I have been going to the gym instead of the bar, trying to get back down to my fighting weight.
    Gregg Allman
  • The basic story for the opener is that word came through the bar that someone got knifed and killed up on the Moon Walk. It turns out to be one of the quarter regulars that everybody knows, including Maestro and Bone.
    Robert Asprin
  • If men are wont to play with swearing anywhere, can we expect they should be serious and strict therein at the bar or in the church.
    Isaac Barrow
  • It is much the best way... to lay the emphasis on the first part of the bar in triple time, and on the first and third parts of the bar in common time.
    William Billings
  • When I'm out with my girlfriends at the bar, and I see some young 18-year old boy, just for fun I say, 'Hi honey. Do you like girls? Do you like girls exclusively? Oh, good.'
    Yasmine Bleeth

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