English version

public house

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpublic houseˌpublic ˈhouse noun [countable]  British English formalx-ref a pub
Examples from the Corpus
public houseThere was a public house named the Black Bull, a butcher's, saddler's and a shoemaker's.Others are in the the Eagle and Child public house in the centre of Oxford.We have established, have we not, that the public house is not worthy of a celebration dinner.
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