Informal. to go to a succession of bars or nightclubs, with a brief stay at each.
“Right, barhop,” said a rather muffled voice in the captain’s ear.
Anything You Can Do … Gordon Randall Garrett
(also bar crawl or pub crawl) To go drinking from bar to bar (first form 1940s+; third 1915+)
a branch of medicine that deals with the control and treatment of obesity and allied diseases. bariatrics bar·i·at·rics (bār’ē-āt’rĭks) n. The branch of medicine that deals with the causes, prevention, and treatment of obesity. bar’i·at’ric adj. bariatrics (bār’ē-āt’rĭks) The branch of medicine that deals with the causes, prevention, and treatment of obesity.
- Bar joist
a welded steel joist having an open web consisting of a single bent bar running in a zigzag pattern between horizontal upper and lower chords.
a person who owns or manages a bar where alcoholic beverages are sold. a bartender. Historical Examples Crumpling them in his hand he walked to the bar and tossed them to the barkeeper. ‘Firebrand’ Trevison Charles Alden Seltzer And where so many are saying their say, shall not the barkeeper testify? Life On The Mississippi, […]
- Bar kochba
Simon, died a.d. 135, Hebrew leader of insurrection against the Romans a.d. 132–135. Historical Examples Again his voice thrilled with pride as it had done when he had first told the child the story of bar kochba’s rebellion. The New Land Elma Ehrlich Levinger noun Simeon. died 135 ad, Jewish leader who led an unsuccessful […]