Definition of wet bar in English:

wet bar

Syllabification: wet bar

noun

North American
A bar or counter equipped with running water and a sink, for serving alcoholic drinks at home.
More example sentences
  • Cedalia retrieves a glass of freshly poured brandy from the mobile wet bar.
  • Jacques was standing at the wet bar in the corner, mixing a drink.
  • Mike went over to the wet bar and grabbed both of us a beer.

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