Definition of Cash bar

1. Noun. A counter at a large party where you can purchase drinks by the glass.

Generic synonyms: Bar



Definition of Cash bar

1. Noun. (American English) A bar at a social event for which guests are required to pay for the drinks themselves. It is opposed to an open bar, where drinks are paid for by the host. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cash Bar

casework
caseworker
caseworkers
caseworks
caseworm
caseworms
cash
cash-and-carry
cash-back
cash-box
cash-boxes
cash-flow
cash-strapped
cash account
cash advance
cash bar (current term)
cash basis
cash box
cash boxes
cash card
cash cow
cash cows
cash crop
cash crops
cash desk
cash dispenser
cash dispensers
cash equivalent
cash flow
cash flows

Literary usage of Cash bar

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1. Commercial German: A Complete Course for Use in Commercial Schools and in by Arnold Kutner (1903)
"... п., banking, bank administration. bur, in cash. Bar (-en, -en), т., bear. Barbarei (-, -en), /., savagery. ..."

2. The Mining and Smelting Magazine (1864)
"1 ; and American pig at $75-$77 per ton cash. Bar and sheet iron are very quiet, and prices are nominal. PHILADELPHIA, October loth. IRON. ..."

3. Adventure Guide to Bermuda by Blair Howard (2004)
"The boat is air-conditioned and there are changing facilities and a cash bar on board. The price for a 3V£-hour cruise is $40. ..."

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