Definition Of bar
a barrier or restriction to an action or advance.
political differences are not necessarily a bar to a good relationship
a counter across which alcoholic drinks or refreshments are served.
He'll help with your bags, crack jokes, invite you to eat breakfast on his porch and - if things get busy - let you serve drinks at the bar .
a long rod or rigid piece of wood, metal, or similar material, typically used as an obstruction, fastening, or weapon.
‘I have had iron bars , lumps of wood, bottles, stones and even on old bath thrown into my garden,’ she added.
a measure of music or the time of a piece of music.
He magically evoked the Alpine mystery of the score's opening bars .
a partition in a courtroom or legislative assembly, now usually notional, beyond which most people may not pass and, in court, at which an accused person stands.
the prisoner at the bar
Example Of bar
a bar to employment
a dairy bar
A failure by the Court to maintain a dynamic and evolutive approach would risk rendering it a bar to reform or improvement.
A gang of youths terrified bus passengers in Leeds last night after going on the rampage with weapons including an iron bar and a bat.