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synonyms for pub

  • bar
  • inn
  • joint
  • lounge
  • saloon
  • tavern
  • barroom
  • roadhouse
  • taproom
  • after-hours joint
  • ale house
  • beer joint
  • drinkery
  • drinking establishment
  • gin mill
  • public house
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Think in terms of new customer segments generated by accelerated digital adoption, new channels like Zoom, Slack or virtual pubs to connect and promote, new resources like automation tools for efficient business processes etc.
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In many cases, the local pub or eatery is still truly a public house, a pillar of the community.
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The ONS’s Athow also noted that food sales “fell back from their recent peaks as people started to venture back into pubs and restaurants.”
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England’s app also has a QR-scanning feature that lets people log when they enter a property, such as a restaurant or a pub, so they can be alerted later if the location becomes linked to multiple infections.
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Some industries, such as pubs and the hospitality sector, ground to a complete halt.
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The rest were crawlers, mostly pub spielers and bush larrikins, and the women were hags and larrikinesses.
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Then, after spitting half a pint of tobacco juice into the stream, he turned sadly on his heel and led the way back to the pub.
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“I say you might take a pub—and drink yourself to death,” was added aside.
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"Three thousand miles from the next pub," said Bendemeer, with excessively dry significance.
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Grouchy, Gen. Observations sur la relation de la campagne de 1815, pub.
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WORDS RELATED TO PUB

  • alehouse
  • barroom
  • beer garden
  • bistro
  • canteen
  • cocktail lounge
  • drinkery
  • inn
  • lounge
  • pub
  • public house
  • rathskeller
  • saloon
  • tap
  • taproom
  • tavern
  • watering hole
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