Traducción de speakeasy en Español:


bar clandestino, n.

Pronunciación /ˈspikˌizi//ˈspiːkiːzi/

nombrePlural speakeasies

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    (in US)
    bar clandestino masculino
    • Speakeasies flourished and bootleg liquor flowed freely in many municipalities.
    • The court will reconvene in the local speakeasy.
    • The popular conception of Prohibition is that speakeasies abounded, gangsters and bootleggers of all sorts flourished, and every American gladly flouted the law.
    • Mae, though not averse to visiting the occasional speakeasy, preferred to drink at home.
    • It was once a speakeasy and just before prohibition was repealed a bunch of boozers were massacred by cops during a raid.
    • It's like wandering into a prohibition-era speakeasy.
    • Dick learned from the men that Abe North had been beaten to death at a speakeasy in New York.
    • These songs belong in a smoky speakeasy, slinking along the walls, chain smoking and breaking hearts.
    • His nightly path could be traced straight from the stage to the nearest speakeasy.
    • He believes it may have been used as a speakeasy in the 1920s.