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German translation of 'bar'

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bar 1

[bɑːʳ ]
noun
1. 
[of metal, wood] Stange f
(football) Querbalken m
[of toffee etc] Riegel m
bar of gold Goldbarren m
a bar of chocolate eine Tafel Schokolade
a chocolate bar ein Schokoladenriegel m
a bar of soap ein Stück nt Seife
a two-bar electric fire ein Heizgerät nt mit zwei Heizstäben
2. 
[of window, grate, cage] (Gitter)stab m
[of door] Stange f
the window has bars das Fenster ist vergittert
to put sb behind bars jdn hinter Gitter bringen
3.  (sport)
(horizontal) Reck nt
(for high jump etc) Latte f
barsplural (parallel) Barren m
(wall) bars Sprossenwand f
4.  (figurative)
(obstacle)
to be a bar to sth einer Sache dat im Wege stehen
5. 
[of colour] Streifen m
[of light] Strahl m
6.  (law)
the Bar die Anwaltschaft
to be called or (US) admitted to the Bar als Verteidiger zugelassen werden
7.  (for prisoners)
to stand at the bar auf der Anklagebank sitzen
8. 
(for drinks) Lokal nt
(esp expensive) Bar f
(part of pub) Gaststube f
(counter) Theke fTresen m
9.  (music) Takt m
(bar line) Taktstrich m
transitive verb
1.  (obstruct)
[road] blockieren
to bar sb’s way jdm den Weg versperren
2.  (fasten)
[window, door] versperren
3. 
[person, possibility] ausschließen
[action, thing] untersagen
they’ve been barred from the club sie haben Klubverbot
Word Frequency

bar 2

preposition
bar none ohne Ausnahme
bar one außer einem

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Example Sentences Including 'bar'

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The bar staff watch anxiously as the colour returns to his cheeks.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
And watching the game in one of the city 's bars is an experience like no other.
The Sun (2013)
But with your sensible trousers on this is the best car in its class bar none.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Positions on offer include kitchen managers, chefs, bar staff and hosts.
The Sun (2016)
Spain has a law which allows bars of a specific size to still allow smoking.
The Sun (2009)
The bar is now one of the last remaining relics of old Venice.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
The lively bar offers a range of snacks and light bites.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
The old flint building 's bar has a pool table at one end and a burgundy leather sofa and armchairs at the other.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
The other three are in the main building above the bar and restaurant, and suffer a little from noise on busy weekends.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The public was barred from the court.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
The resort has two pools and five bars and restaurants.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
There is comedy, theatre and music on offer plus bars and restaurants to relax in and.
The Sun (2016)
Think how many hours working in bar that is.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
You can find some great little bars and restaurants there.
The Sun (2014)
You often see couples in the bar.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
You normally have a chat with the opposition in the bar afterwards but none of them came in.
The Sun (2017)
His bar hosts regular music nights and he has seen interest rise since the accident.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
It has smart rooms and a rooftop bar.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Or in their beautiful bar next door.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Plans for a bar in one of the new venues have provoked warnings from alcohol awareness groups.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Pregnant soldiers are barred from the front line.
The Sun (2011)
Residents and shoppers hit out after being barred from the city street.
The Sun (2016)
She left the bar alone to go to the sea.
The Sun (2011)
She was barred from taking part in negotiations.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The new jobs would cover bar and kitchen staff.
The Sun (2009)
Their offices are filled with toys and bar games.
The Sun (2016)
They are then directed to a lift away from the busy reception area and bar.
The Sun (2012)
They avoided jail but know that another conviction could land them behind bars.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
They should have been handed another gong for their services to the bar too.
The Sun (2008)
This wicked woman deserves many dark years behind bars.
The Sun (2006)
What was the philosophy behind meeting in a bar?
Christianity Today (2000)

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'bar' in Other Languages

British English: bar /bɑː/ NOUN
metal or wooden A bar is a long, thin piece of wood or metal.
There were bars on the windows.
  • American English: bar strip
  • Arabic: قَضِيب
  • Brazilian Portuguese: barra
  • Chinese: 横条
  • Croatian: prečka
  • Czech: tyč
  • Danish: stang
  • Dutch: staaf
  • European Spanish: barra
  • Finnish: tanko
  • French: barre
  • German: Stange
  • Greek: ράβδος
  • Italian: sbarra
  • Japanese:
  • Korean: 막대
  • Norwegian: stripe
  • Polish: drążek
  • European Portuguese: tira
  • Romanian: bară
  • Russian: брусок
  • Latin American Spanish: barra
  • Swedish: stång
  • Thai: ราว แท่ง
  • Turkish: çubuk
  • Ukrainian: брусок
  • Vietnamese: thanh hình chữ nhật
British English: bar /bɑː/ NOUN
pub A bar is a place where people buy and drink alcoholic drinks.
...the city's most popular bar.
  • American English: bar alcohol
  • Arabic: حَانَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: bar
  • Chinese: 酒吧
  • Croatian: bar
  • Czech: bar
  • Danish: bar sted med udskænkning
  • Dutch: bar café
  • European Spanish: bar mostrador
  • Finnish: baari
  • French: bar
  • German: Bar
  • Greek: μπαρ
  • Italian: bar
  • Japanese: バー 酒場
  • Korean: 술집
  • Norwegian: bar
  • Polish: bar
  • European Portuguese: bar
  • Romanian: bar
  • Russian: бар
  • Latin American Spanish: bar
  • Swedish: bar servering
  • Thai: บาร์ ที่จำหน่ายเครื่องดื่ม
  • Turkish: bar
  • Ukrainian: бар
  • Vietnamese: quán rượu
British English: bar VERB
If you bar a door, you place something in front of it or a piece of wood or metal across it in order to prevent it from being opened.
For added safety, bar the door to the kitchen.
  • American English: bar
  • Brazilian Portuguese: obstruir
  • Chinese: 闩 门
  • European Spanish: atrancar
  • French: barrer
  • German: blockieren
  • Italian: sbarrare
  • Japanese: かんぬきをかける
  • Korean: 막다
  • European Portuguese: obstruir
  • Latin American Spanish: trancar

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Translation of bar from the Collins English to German
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