Definition of pub
1 chiefly British : public house 2
2 : an establishment where alcoholic beverages are sold and consumed
Examples of pub in a Sentence
We ate at a lot of good pubs on our trip to England last summer.
coworkers enjoying the convivial atmosphere of the Irish pub
Recent Examples of pub from the Web
That's the point of the 16-passenger pub-crawler that allows passengers to pedal their way around downtown Louisville, making stops at up to three bars along its route.
In the heart of Ocean Beach, sandwiched between two pubs along bustling Newport Avenue, lies Cow Records.
Still, London retains much of its imperial grace: The West End theaters are full, the pubs and restaurants are jammed with people enjoying the long lingering light of balmy summer nights.
The pub is going so far as to offer free hair-cutting services on the spot.
Victims and their families gave harrowing accounts of the sudden and random attacks that sent scores of people out on a Saturday night fleeing crowded restaurants and pubs or diving for cover.
McMullan says her brother lived in Hackney in east London and was last seen outside a pub just before the van and knife attacks began.
French officials had earlier said that four French were injured in the Saturday attacks on London Bridge and at nearby restaurants and pubs.
For London’s pubs, bars, restaurants, clubs to all empty as their patrons fled home in terror?
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First Known Use of pub
Definition of pub
4 published; publisher; publishing
PUB Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pub for English Language Learners
: a building or room especially in Britain or Ireland where alcoholic drinks and often food are served
PUB Defined for Kids
Definition of pub for Students
: an establishment where alcoholic drinks are served
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