Definition of Bartend

1. Verb. To tend a bar; to act as a barman. ¹



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Definition of Bartend

1. to tend a barroom [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bartend

barrulets
barruly
bars
barse
barses
barside
barspin
barspins
barstaurant
barstaurants
barstool
barstooler
barstools
barstowite
bartelkeite
bartend (current term)
bartended
bartender
bartenders
bartending
bartends
barter
barter away
bartered
barterer
barterers
bartering
barters
bartery
barth

Literary usage of Bartend

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1. The Contemporary Review (1868)
"... of men and women, who from generation to generation never rise, or think of rising, from the lowest depths of the social scale ; who have bartend away ..."

2. A Treatise on Private International Law: With Principal Reference to Its by John Westlake, Alfred Frank Topham (1905)
"... Trademark, bartend v. Broxburn Oil Company, 1889. 41 Ch. D. 542, Chitty ; Kinahan v. Kinahan, 1890, 45 Ch. D. 78, ..."

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