- n.酒馆，酒店; 客栈;
- 复数: pubs;
a pub that tries to recreate the flavour of olde England
The houses are beautiful, but there's no shop, not even a pub to go into.
A group of half a dozen men entered the pub and bore down on the bar.
I'm off down to the pub for a quickie.
He was enraged by news of plans to demolish the pub.
The repository of all important knowledge in a small town was the chief barman of the local pub.
The guys in my local pub used to rib me about drinking "girly" drinks.
The old girl in there runs the saloon bar at the pub in the evenings.
Barnstaple crown court was told he caused an affray at a pub in Braunton, Devon.
Father came home from the pub very much the worse for drink.
Regulars at his local pub have set up a fund to help out.
Every village has a green, a church, a pub and a manor house.
The pub said that their takings were fifteen to twenty thousand pounds a week.
This pub was of a very different type, smaller, less pretentious.
The pub itself was on a rise, commanding views across the countryside.
Nearby is a village with a decent pub.
He does pop down to the pub, but he seldom stays longer than an hour.
David had been on a pub crawl with pals from his rugby club.
Her mother disapproved of her working in a pub.
She ran him to earth in the pub at five to one.
People are down the pub, getting drunk.
I'll be waiting for you at the entrance of the pub which has a sign painted with a red lobster.
Let's call in the pub for a quick one on the way to the theatre.
The dirty pub is a beastly place.
A gang of youths set on him outside a pub and roughed him up.
Uncle Geooge got a black eye for ogling a lady in the pub.
The pub had dark wood panelling.
I met an old flame when I was in a pub.
The pub has several good beers on draft.
Support Bill Perry's pub, and any other bar or restaurant that doesn't ask you to do drunken math.
He runs a pub that serves excellent beer.
Steve, can you tell me how long you’ve been a pub owner?To help ourselves and others, it’s important to know something about drugs.
In the UK, it was going to the pub.
She is expecting up to 20 people at the first meeting she has called, at her local pub in the Cornish village of Polperro.
1. tavern consisting of a building with a bar and public rooms; often provides light meals