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Definition of "pubs" []

  • A building with a bar and one or more public rooms licensed for the sale and consumption of alcoholic drink, often also providing light meals (noun)
  • A hotel (noun)
  • To visit a pub or pubs (esp in the phrase go pubbing) (verb)
  • Plural form of pub. (noun)

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Use "pubs" in a sentence
  • "Proprietor Graham Johnson said the idea for the controversial paint job for what he terms the pubs '"giant garden gnome" came after South African tourists confused the British explorer and Australian icon for the American general and president."
  • "Many pubs are over-rented: Pub rents have been growing faster than inflation and pub sales, pubco profits have grown at a faster rate than their lessees ', financial assistance is growing, pubs available for lease are rising, and 20-30\% of pubs are uneconomic (which we define as pubs where lessee income is less than £20,000 per annum excluding accommodation benefit)."
  • "If they are willing to bike twenty miles for twenty Camels, we should cut them some slack and allow them to light up in pubs that chose to allow it."