In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Britishbar masculinebefore noun to go on a pub crawl — ir de tascas — en Esp
- pub food / grub — comida de pub
- Locals at Swindon's Famous Ale House liked the pub so much, they decided to run it themselves.
- He was drinking in a local pub and spoke to his wife on the phone for an hour.
- You'd be better off going to your local pub landlord and starting you own comedy club.
- Investigators believe Mr Haywood was assaulted after spending the evening drinking in local pubs and clubs.
- He goes to pubs, drinks pints of beer and watches football.
- They go out, drink several pints of beer in the pub and dive into the late night takeaway for a kebab on the way home.
- I mean, you know, it shouldn't alter your life overly, but it might win you a barrel of beer in a pub quiz one night.
- His wife Jill took him back to hospital after the Christmas break and the pair then went out for a drink to a local pub.
- All restaurants, pubs and bars serving food will be smoke free.
- Enjoy a few drinks at your local pub, and keep a look out for quiz nights and local bands.
- We had to wait for her to finish her classes, so we went and had a drink in the local pub.
- As I picked it up, I regretted it: he was in a local pub, drunk as usual, wanted to come round.
- The court heard the pair had been drinking in various pubs during the evening and had been on amicable terms.
- From now on, only on premises with designated places such as pubs with beer gardens will people be allowed to drink outside.
- No-one has a finger on the pulse of the local community like the pub landlord.
- My decision to take the rest on a tour of all the really good beer and cider pubs in Bristol was… perhaps unwise.
- Officers stress the new rules would not affect people enjoying a drink outside pubs or bars.
- The couple went for a walk on the beach to take in their win before heading to their local pub for a calming drink.
- A few people were standing and arguing outside small pubs holding pints of beer in their hands.
- Woke up slowly and ambled down in the pouring rain to the pub for lunch and beers with various people.
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