bar


bar
1. noun
1) (a rod or oblong piece (especially of a solid substance): a gold bar; a bar of chocolate; iron bars on the windows.) restes
2) (a broad line or band: The blue material had bars of red running through it.) josla
3) (a bolt: a bar on the door.) bulta; aizšaujamais
4) (a counter at which or across which articles of a particular kind are sold: a snack bar; Your whisky is on the bar.) (bufetes) lete
5) (a public house.) bārs
6) (a measured division in music: Sing the first ten bars.) takts (mūzikā)
7) (something which prevents (something): His carelessness is a bar to his promotion.) šķērslis; kavēklis
8) (the rail at which the prisoner stands in court: The prisoner at the bar collapsed when he was sentenced to ten years' imprisonment.) barjera (tiesas zālē)
2. verb
1) (to fasten with a bar: Bar the door.) aizšaut, aizbultēt (durvis); nosprostot; noslēgt
2) (to prevent from entering: He's been barred from the club.) aizliegt; neielaist
3) (to prevent (from doing something): My lack of money bars me from going on holiday.) kavēt; traucēt
3. preposition
(except: All bar one of the family had measles.)
- barman
- bar code
* * *
bārs; lete; barjera; stienis; gabals; tāfele; aizšaujamais, bulta; šķērslis, kavēklis; restes; sēre, sēklis; taktssvītra; lietnis; aizšaut, aizbultēt; noslēgt, aizsprostot; aizliegt; traucēt, kavēt; izņemot

English-Latvian dictionary. 2013.

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