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.) stang; barre, stykke, (fengsels)gitter, sprinkel
2) (a broad line or band: The blue material had bars of red running through it.) stripe, strime
3) (a bolt: a bar on the door.) bom, slå
4) (a counter at which or across which articles of a particular kind are sold: a snack bar; Your whisky is on the bar.) bardisk, skranke
5) (a public house.) bar, pub
6) (a measured division in music: Sing the first ten bars.) takt; taktstrek
7) (something which prevents (something): His carelessness is a bar to his promotion.) hindring
8) (the rail at which the prisoner stands in court: The prisoner at the bar collapsed when he was sentenced to ten years' imprisonment.) skranke
2. verb
1) (to fasten with a bar: Bar the door.) sperre, stenge
2) (to prevent from entering: He's been barred from the club.) stenge ute
3) (to prevent (from doing something): My lack of money bars me from going on holiday.) (for)hindre, utelukke
3. preposition
(except: All bar one of the family had measles.) unntatt
- barman
- bar code
bar
I
subst. \/bɑː\/
1) stang, søyle, bjelke, stolpe, barre, ribbe (også for høydehopp e.l.)
2) (på dør) bom, slå, tverrslå
3) sandbanke, grunne
4) hindring, sperre
she was a bar to his happiness
hun sto i veien for hans lykke
5) bar, (bar)disk
I had a drink at the bar
jeg tok en drink i baren
6) (jus) skranke i rettsal, domstol
he was tried before the bar of public opinion
7) (musikk) takt, taktstrek
we heard the opening bars of the sonata
vi hørte de første taktene av sonaten
8) (av farge, lys e.l.) stripe, bånd, strek
9) (på medalje) stolpe (innebærer en dobbel utmerkelse)
10) (på hester) hjørnestøtte (del av hoven)
11) (del av bissel) (munn)bitt
bar and bolt lås og slå
bar of chocolate sjokoladeplate
bar of soap såpestykke
bars (også) sprinkler, gitter
bar sinister (heraldikk) symbol på utenomekteskapelig forhold
be called\/admitted to the Bar (britisk) bli utnevnt til advokat, få advokatbevilling
be called within the Bar (britisk) bli utnevnt til kongelig advokat
behind (prison) bars bak lås og slå, i fengsel
be tried at the bar eller appear at the bar bli stilt for retten
coffee bar kaffebar
go to the Bar (britisk) bli advokat
parallel bars (turn) skranke
study\/read for the Bar utdanne seg til advokat, studere jus
the Bar (britisk) advokatene, advokatstanden, advokatyrket (i parlamentet) skranke (kun medlemmer kommer normalt innenfor)
we were inside the Bar of the House of Commons
vi var innenfor skranken i det britiske underhuset
the prisoner at the bar den anklagede, arrestanten
trial at bar rettssak
II
subst. \/bɑː\/
(meteorologi, enhet for måling av lufttrykk) bar
III
subst. \/bɑː\/ eller croaker
forklaring: en av flere fiskearter i ørnefiskfamilien, Sciaenidae
IV
verb \/bɑː\/
1) sette bom for, stenge (med bommer), sperre
the police had to bar the way
politiet måtte stenge veien
2) lukke med slå
3) avstenge, utestenge
he was barred frem the race
han ble utestengt fra konkurransen
4) (for)hindre, utelukke
this barred his chances of success
dette hindret ham i å lykkes
5) forby
she bars smoking in her house
hun tillater ikke røyking hjemme hos seg
6) utruste med stenger, utruste med striper
bar oneself in stenge seg inne
barred to the public stengt for allmenheten, ikke tilgjengelig for allmenheten
V
prep. \/bɑː\/
(spesielt britisk) unntatt, bortsett fra
bar none ingen unntak, uten unntak
bar one unntatt én, med ett unntak

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