- n.大厅; 酒吧，酒馆; 展览场，公共大厅; 大轿车
- 复数: saloons;
a four-door family saloon
a five-seater family saloon
He bought the saloon car to keep up appearances.
All these things developed and Hurstwood began to ponder over what would become of the saloon.
He stopped at Joe Frenna's saloon and bought a pitcher of steam beer.
He entered the saloon and continued drinking there until two.
In saloon, a new culture formed among workers, which emphasized collectivity idea and mutual help.
Would you like to have a rest in our saloon first?
请你在我们大台先休息一下好 吗 ?
He was standing on the balcony of the saloon and his face was in deep shadow.
The company is introducing a new family saloon this year.
At the end of the evening a Lexus LS 600 h L hybrid saloon will be auctioned.
The saloon stays open all night.
Next door is a drinking place called a saloon.
The five antagonists of Phileas Fogg had met in the great saloon of the club.
The roadside has family of mark the obvious world saloon car.
The first drink Thursday was on the house c 0066 > in the leading saloon.
For a while the saloon simmered along like a ship at sea in calm weather.
The resulting lowering by 25 millimetres improves the cornering abilities of the saloon even further.
Daputang operates two galleries an arts saloon and an art frame plant in Shanghai.
He descended to the saloon.
Henry's had been made over from a saloon into a lunch counter.
The ship's passengers are in the dining saloon.
His saloon was the finest in all Wentworth Avenue.
Longquan SPA Saloon reproduces the flourishing age of ancient Rome, offering you an aquatic legend.
Getting into the aft cabin involves a slight step down from saloon level.
Hidden dangers lurk in every family saloon car.
The old girl in there runs the saloon bar at the pub in the evenings.
1. a room or establishment where alcoholic drinks are served over a counter;
"he drowned his sorrows in whiskey at the bar"
2. tavern consisting of a building with a bar and public rooms; often provides light meals