- [the ~] 律师界
- =buffer address register 缓冲位址暂存器
- =Browning automatic rifle 白朗宁自动手枪
- vt. 闩门 fasten a door, gate, etc., with a bar
- vt. 阻止,阻拦,封锁 obstruct; prohibit
- [C]酒吧(间),售酒的(饮食)柜台 (a place with) a counter where an alcoholic drinks are served
- [C]条,块 a piece of solid material that is longer than it is wide
- [C](门、窗等的)闩,栅栏 a length of wood or metal across a door, gate, or window to keep it shut or prevent movement through it
- a room or establishment where alcoholic drinks are served over a counter;
"he drowned his sorrows in whiskey at the bar"
- a counter where you can obtain food or drink;
"he bought a hot dog and a coke at the bar"
- a rigid piece of metal or wood; usually used as a fastening or obstruction or weapon;
"there were bars in the windows to prevent escape"
- musical notation for a repeating pattern of musical beats;
"the orchestra omitted the last twelve bars of the song"
- an obstruction (usually metal) placed at the top of a goal;
"it was an excellent kick but the ball hit the bar"
- the act of preventing;
"there was no bar against leaving"
"money was allocated to study the cause and prevention of influenza"
- (meteorology) a unit of pressure equal to a million dynes per square centimeter;
"unfortunately some writers have used bar for one dyne per square centimeter"
- a submerged (or partly submerged) ridge in a river or along a shore;
"the boat ran aground on a submerged bar in the river"
- the body of individuals qualified to practice law in a particular jurisdiction;
"he was admitted to the bar in New Jersey"
- a narrow marking of a different color or texture from the background;
"a green toad with small black stripes or bars"
"may the Stars and Stripes forever wave"
- a block of solid substance (such as soap or wax);
"a bar of chocolate"
- a portable .30 caliber automatic rifle operated by gas pressure and fed by cartridges from a magazine; used by United States troops in World War I and in World War II and in the Korean War
- a horizontal rod that serves as a support for gymnasts as they perform exercises
- a heating element in an electric fire;
"an electric fire with three bars"
- (law) a railing that encloses the part of the courtroom where the judges and lawyers sit and the case is tried;
"spectators were not allowed past the bar"
- prevent from entering; keep out;
"He was barred from membership in the club"
- render unsuitable for passage;
"block the way"
"barricade the streets"
"stop the busy road"
- expel, as if by official decree;
"he was banished from his own country"
- secure with, or as if with, bars;
"He barred the door"
- There are several bars in the hotel.
- A bar of chocolate is enough to stop his crying.
- There's a strong bar on the door.
- There is a burning man hovering in the air over a grille in the Smoldering Corpse Bar.
- After the bombing, the whole area was barred to the public.
- I will bar no honest man to my house.
- Be sure to bar all the doors before you leave.
Be sure to bar all the doors before you leave.
Soldiers barred the way and we couldn't go any farther.
The convention barred the use of the poison gas in war.
My mother barred smoking at the dinner-table.
After the bombing the whole area was barred to the public.
The empty house was barred for the door and windows.
All talking is barred in the library.
I went to the store for a candy bar and two bars of soap.
There were bars across the windows of the prison.
Poor health may be a bar to success in life.
There are several bars in the hotel.
He opened a snack bar.
The man served a term behind bars.
He will retire from the bar.
- bar from (v. + prep.)
禁止(接近/做…) forbid sb from sth or doing sth bar sb from sth/v-ing
The member voted to bar women from the club.会员表决不让妇女加入该俱乐部。
Nothing could bar them from meeting each other.什么也不能阻止他们见面。常用于 be ～ed 结构
After the member was caught cheating, he was barred from the club.那位会员行骗被抓住后,被开除出会。
The doctor was barred from practising after he was proved guilty of improper behaviour.那位医生被证实有不轨行为后,被禁止行医。
Hunters are barred from wildlife sanctuaries.野生动物保护区内禁止狩猎。
He has been barred from playing for two weeks because of bad behaviour.他因行为失于检点而被禁参赛两周。
- 禁止(接近/做…) forbid sb from sth or doing sth bar sb from sth/v-ing
- bar in1 (v. + adv.)
关在里面 lock in with bar bar sb ⇔ in
She barred herself in so no one could get at her.她把自己锁在屋里,所以没有人能接近她。
- 关在里面 lock in with bar bar sb ⇔ in
- bar in2 (v. + prep.)
关在里面 lock in with bar bar sb in sth
He barred himself in the room and thought how to do next.他把自己关在屋里,考虑下一步该怎么办。用于 be ～ed 结构
The horses died in the fire because they were barred in the hut.马在失火时被烧死,因为它们被关在了马棚里。
- 关在里面 lock in with bar bar sb in sth
- bar out (v. + adv.)
关在外面 lock out or exclude with bar bar sb ⇔ out
The children cried when they couldn't get into the house; their mother had barred them out.孩子们进不了屋,又哭又叫,他们的妈妈把他们关在了门外。
- 关在外面 lock out or exclude with bar bar sb ⇔ out
- bar up (v. + adv.)
关上,拦住 block with bars bar sth ⇔ up
When the family left the house for the winter, they barred the windows up.他们全家冬天离开住宅去避寒时,把窗户全部关上了。
- 关上,拦住 block with bars bar sth ⇔ up
- bar determinedly 坚决禁止
- bar harshly 严厉禁止
- bar legally 合法阻拦
- bar strongly 竭力阻止
- bar unfeelingly 无情地禁止
- bar unkindly 非善意地禁止
- bar utterly 绝对禁止
- bar against foreign intercourse 禁止与外国交往
- bar from 阻挡
- bar sb from a competition 禁止某人参加比赛
- bar with light 露出一道曙光
- metals in bar 金属条
Thereby fixing a permanent bar against any relief.出自：Burke
Disparity in years..is not invariably a bar to harmony.出自：L. A. G. Strong
Is there anything here that barreth those that be under the patriarch of Alexandria..to appeal to the see apostolic?出自：N. Harpsfield
I will bar no honest man my house.出自：2 Henry IV,Shakespeare
A Disease..barrs us of some Pleasures, but procures us others.出自：R. L
Last from her own home-circle..They barr'd her.出自：Tennyson
- They barred his participating.(他们禁止他参加。)句中的his不能换成him。
- bar用作名词可指“条,杆,棒；闩,栅栏”。a bar of可表示“一条…”。
- bar, block, dam, hinder, impede, obstruct
这组词的共同意思是“阻挡”。其区别是：1.block指有效地堵住了所有通道,使人、物等无法通过; bar指堵住出入口; dam指挡住涌流物,如眼泪等; obstruct和impede都指在路上设障碍以使运动的物体或事物速度放慢或阻挡其前进, impede比obstruct语气更强些,指困难非常大; hinder则强调阻碍和干扰的有害或令人讨厌。例如:Heavy traffic blocked the road.拥挤的车辆阻塞了道路。She barred him out of her room.她把他关在她的房间外面。She barred up her tears.她抑制住了自己的眼泪。Tall trees obstructed his moving.大树阻挡了他的前进。The development of the project was seriously impeded by a reduction in funds.由于基金削减,工程进度严重受阻。2.bar有时没有阻碍的含义,只指“禁止”。例如:My father barred smoking at the dinner-table.我父亲禁止在餐桌上用餐时吸烟。
- block bar hinder obstruct prevent hamper
- ☆ 12世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自古法语的brare，意为杆，栅条。
- except除了 ... 之外...
- apart from缺少
- close off把 ... 隔离开来...
- sand bar沙洲
- block off封锁
- legal profession法律行业
- Browning automatic rifle布朗宁自动步枪...
- legal community法律界
- block up堵塞
- shut out关在外面
- bar:专用名词、缩写雷达波的一次扫描压强单位 1巴(bar)=100,000帕(Pa)=10牛顿/平方厘米 是压强的单位，早先气象学中常用毫巴，现在改用等值的国际单位百帕。 1帕是1帕斯卡的简称，就…