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pub

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Leisure
pubpub /pʌb/ ●●● S2 W3 noun [countable]  DLa building in Britain where alcohol can be bought and drunk, and where meals are often servedbar Do you fancy going to the pub? a pub lunch the pub landlord
Examples from the Corpus
pubIf the plans get the go-ahead the Inn will become a hotel, pub and nightclub with a restaurant and cocktail bar.The development of pub retailing has shown a corrective instinct for seeking to set a purpose built business in the right location.The nearest centre with camping, chip shops, pubs etc is St Just, five miles south down the B3306.Tired of tiptoeing through your neighbour's tulips after a heavy night down the pub?After dinner they had walked in the grounds as a threesome before Lee had suggested another trip to the pub.The pub was a pullulating stew of people, swelling and bubbling behind a screen of smoke.
From Longman Business Dictionarypub.pub. American English written abbreviation for PUBLICATIONpubpub British English written abbreviation for PUBLIC
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