- n. 酒馆；客栈
- n. (Pub)人名；(匈)普布
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1. slang shortening of public house.
- pub (n.)
- 1859, slang shortening of public house (see public (adj.)), which originally meant "any building open to the public" (1570s), then "inn that provides food and is licensed to sell ale, wine, and spirits" (1660s), and finally "tavern" (1768). Pub crawl first attested 1910 in British slang.
- 1. It was five long miles to the nearest pub.
- 2. After the row in a pub he drove off in a huff.
- 3. I'm off down to the pub for a quickie.
- 4. He was enraged by news of plans to demolish the pub.
- 5. Father came home from the pub very much the worse for drink.
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