Examples of snack bar in a Sentence
There's a snack bar at the pool where we can get nachos.
Recent Examples of snack bar from the Web
Her mom, who is in remission and lives in Washington, D.C., works with her daughter at the snack bar twice a week.
Imagine having this place as your friendly neighborhood snack bar?
From 2002 to 2012, the U.S. market for snack bars more than doubled, to $6 billion, according to Rabobank.
One of the women is setting up a snack bar and five others have opened a bakery together.
Along with the screening, there’s also food trucks, snack bar and family-friendly activities starting at 6 p.m. North Lake 5 Events Area, Santee Lakes, 9310 Fanita Parkway, Santee.
Board rooms and offices have been ripped out and replaced with video studios, podcasting studios, newsrooms, tech labs, and snack bars.
By playing at the Birdwell post office, a treasure chest, a climbing tube, a gardener’s shed, a snack bar, a ferry, a dog house, kids can learn lessons on working together, letter writing, helping others, sharing, being nice and being responsible.
One of Greece's Saronic islands, the car-less Hydra is known for its cosmopolitan nature, with lots of seaside snack bars, cafés, tavernas, restaurants, bars, and clubs for people-watching at all hours of the day.
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Meanings of concession
Concession carries two very distinct meanings in English. It is commonly used to indicate something that has been conceded (as when the politician who loses a race gives a concession speech, or when someone makes a concession in an argument). In a completely different context, the word maybe be found in the phrase concession stand. Where does this last use come from? Were concession stands originally set up to settle arguments or elections? Hardly. The concession in concession stand denotes “a usually exclusive right to undertake and profit by a specified activity.” The phrase is first recorded in a classified ad seeking someone to work at a booth at the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair.
SNACK BAR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of snack bar for English Language Learners
: a public place where small meals and snacks are served usually at a counter
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