Definition of 'saloon'
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The upper deck houses a large saloon and another bar. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In the saloons and smoking rooms there were rumours of a record crossing. Titanic - Destination disaster (1987)Her hubby gives me the thumbs up from their family saloon. The Sun (2013)The airport car park was filled with gleaming new luxury saloons. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Saved in the spring or chucked out of the last chance saloon? Times, Sunday Times (2012)We knew we were drinking in the last chance saloon. The Sun (2012)The saloon bar saved us from the euro. Times, Sunday Times (2016)For the price of a family saloon. The Sun (2012)On what modest saloon car was it based? Times, Sunday Times (2014)It is the last real cowboy saloon in town. The Sun (2013)It has a saloon bar where the fist fights are more varied than the drinks menu. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But you still get all the options of creature comforts you would expect in a family saloon. The Sun (2008)And now there is a four-door saloon to go with the hatchback. The Sun (2010)Most large, luxurious saloons are designed to blend in as opposed to boast. Times, Sunday Times (2012)What we got was a friendly but non English-speaking driver in a basic four-door saloon. The Sun (2013)They are both inexpensive four-door saloons, so you get all the practicality of a vacuum cleaner. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Into the cabin went the saloon table and the skipper's chair, tied down in a secure corner to avoid any chance of their crashing about. IN FORKBEARD'S WAKE: Coasting Round Scandinavia (2003)I was given a chance in saloon cars but after crashing the first two times I was refused a third drive. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'saloon'
British English: saloon /səˈluːn/ NOUN
A saloon or a saloon car is a car with seats for four or more people, a fixed roof, and a boot that is separated from the rear seats.
- American English: sedan
- Arabic: سِيَّارَةٌ صَالُون
- Brazilian Portuguese: carro sedã
- Chinese: 会客室
- Croatian: limuzina
- Czech: sedan typ automobilu
- Danish: sedan
- Dutch: sedan
- European Spanish: salón entretenimiento
- Finnish: henkilöauto
- French: berline
- German: Limousine
- Greek: σαλούν
- Italian: bar
- Japanese: セダン
- Korean: 승용차
- Norwegian: salong
- Polish: salon
- European Portuguese: bar
- Romanian: berlinămașină
- Russian: бар
- Spanish: salón cantina
- Swedish: salong
- Thai: รถยนต์ขนาดใหญ่
- Turkish: salon
- Ukrainian: автомобіль типу седан для 4-6 пасажирів
- Vietnamese: ô tô con
Definition of saloon from the Collins English Dictionary
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