Definition of barback
: a worker whose job is to assist a bartender (as by setting out glasses and restocking beverages) Then he moved to New York, where he started out as a barback at House of Brews in Midtown Manhattan before moving behind the bar. — Coley Ward, Arizona Daily Star, 21 Feb. 2008
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