Definition of 'barman'
Example sentences containing 'barman'
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The barman tells me the priciest bottle of champagne on sale here costs 55,000. The Sun (2017)The question of what best to drink when drunk is a fun game to play with a barman. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He is no longer in nursing and instead works as a part-time barman in a pub. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I ask the barman if he can switch the channel. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A barman at the pub said that he was one of the first two men to be arrested. Times, Sunday Times (2010)When you find one you like, ask the barman politely and he might tell you exactly where it came from. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The new TV campaign shows a young man asking a barman for another pint. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The barman should really ask them for ID. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The barman says to them: 'Get out. The Sun (2011)The barman says: 'Why the long race? The Sun (2012)At 13, he became an assistant waiter and a barman. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Tell the barman, he'll know what to do. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I asked the barman why. The Sun (2015)Your car salesmen is a poet, your waitress is an actress and your barman tells you he's penning a screenplay. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I heard their CD in some place and asked the barman who it was. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'barman'
British English: barman /ˈbɑːmən/ NOUN
A barman is a man who serves drinks in a bar or pub.
- American English: bartender
- Arabic: ساقٍ في حَانَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: barman
- Chinese: 酒吧服务员
- Croatian: pipničar
- Czech: barman
- Danish: bartender
- Dutch: barman
- European Spanish: camarero barman
- Finnish: baarimikko
- French: serveur bar
- German: Barkeeper
- Greek: μπάρμαν
- Italian: barista
- Japanese: バーテンダー
- Korean: 바텐더
- Norwegian: bartender
- Polish: barman
- European Portuguese: barman
- Romanian: barman
- Russian: бармен
- Spanish: camarero
- Swedish: bartender
- Thai: ชายเสิร์ฟเครื่องดื่มในบาร์
- Turkish: barmen
- Ukrainian: бармен
- Vietnamese: nam phục vụ của quán rượu
Definition of barman from the Collins English Dictionary
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