Translation of drinking-up time in Spanish:

drinking-up time

Pronunciation /ˌdrɪŋkɪŋˈəp taɪm///


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    (in UK)
    (antes de cerrar un pub) tiempo para acabar las bebidas masculine
    • It has also applied to remove drinking-up time restrictions, allow credit sales and to allow limited entertainment.
    • Closing time on Thursday nights is being brought back to 11.30 pm and there is to be a prohibition on the provision of entertainment during the 30 minutes drinking-up time as well as a ban on promotions in bars which encourage drinking.
    • The new opening hours, and other licensing conditions around live music, hot food and drinking-up time, will come into force on November 24.
    • The association argued that not allowing dancing during drinking-up time made ‘no sense whatsoever’.
    • She has asked council licensing officers to allow her to open until midnight from Wednesday to Saturday, with an extra 30 minutes for drinking-up time.
    • ‘Pub ‘happy hours’ and entertainment during the 30 minutes drinking-up time will be banned from today under new liquor licensing laws.
    • There will be 30 minutes drinking-up time in addition to those times.
    • Both deadlines include a 30-minute drinking-up time.
    • Alcohol will stop being served 30 minutes before closing time - adding ten minutes on to the current drinking-up time.