Definitions for PUBpʌb
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public house, pub, saloon, pothouse, gin mill, taphouse(noun)
tavern consisting of a building with a bar and public rooms; often provides light meals
A retail business where alcoholic beverages are sold by the drink; a bar; a tavern.
Origin: [Shortened from Public house.]
PUB is one of the major department stores in Stockholm, Sweden, located in two buildings at Hötorget, Stockholm city center. PUB was opened in 1882 and rapidly expanded. The name PUB is for the initials of Paul Urbanus Bergström, the founder of the store, who owned a great deal of buildings and business in the area. In the late 20th century, the upper 4 storeys of the department store were converted into a hotel: the Rica Hotel, Kungsgatan.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
pub, n. (slang) a public-house, tavern.
British National Corpus
Spoken Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'PUB' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #2899
Written Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'PUB' in Written Corpus Frequency: #1467
Rank popularity for the word 'PUB' in Nouns Frequency: #902
The numerical value of PUB in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of PUB in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
It was the culmination of probably too many drinks in the pub where there was a conversation about names.
I realized that nobody really knew that much about politics until the independence debate -- and that's across the whole spectrum of the people I meet in the pub.
We’ve put it to the test at home, and down the pub and it works a dream. Our friends and family have been our guinea pigs, too, and they’ve all told us it definitely eased their hangovers.
First, it’s important for brewers to prioritize weekends for their biggest events in-store or at the brew pub and tasting rooms. This is when craft drinkers are thinking most about beer-drinking occasions.
I don't think ideas are particularly special or precious, there's this notion that some people are creative, and some people aren't. But I think everyone's creative. If you go to the pub, loads of people are having conversations with interesting ideas, but most people don't then spend the next two or three years trying to make it happen.
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- مشرب, خمارة, حانة, خانةArabic
- карчма, тракцір, бар, піўная, пабBelarusian
- пивница, кръчмаBulgarian
- bar, tavernaCatalan, Valencian
- hostinec, hospoda, krčmaCzech
- Kneipe, Lokal, BarGerman
- παμπ, καπηλειόGreek
- pub, taberna, barSpanish
- trahter, kõrts, pubiEstonian
- pubi, kapakka, krouviFinnish
- bar, pub, estaminetFrench
- teach tábhairneIrish
- taigh-seinnseScottish Gaelic
- पब, सरायHindi
- kocsma, korcsmaHungarian
- գինետուն, պանդոկ, փաբArmenian
- taverna, café, pubInterlingua
- osteria, pubItalian
- バー, パブ, 居酒屋Japanese
- baras, smuklėLithuanian
- паб, крчмаMacedonian
- pub, kroNorwegian
- knajpa, piwiarnia, gospodaPolish
- cervejaria, taberna, barPortuguese
- кабак, паб, пивнушка, таверна, корчма, пивная, трактир, барRussian
- пивница, krčma, крчма, pivnicaSerbo-Croatian
- krčma, hostinecSlovak
- pub, krogSwedish
- ร้านสุรา, ร้านเหล้า, ผับThai
- birahane, meyhaneTurkish
- трактир, бар, кнайпа, паб, пивна, шинок, пивниця, корчмаUkrainian
- quán rượu, tiệm rượuVietnamese
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