Definition of bartender in English:


Line breaks: bar|tend¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈbɑːtɛndə


A person serving drinks at a bar.
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  • They also say changing the system will allow unscrupulous bartenders to water down drinks.
  • The bartenders make good drinks and they always have quality music and good sound.
  • The bartenders will make whichever drink of your choice, or invent a new one just for you.



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  • A 20-year-old college student who bartends at a popular Soho lounge describes how an I-porn-filled adolescence shaped his perceptions of sex.
  • Since then Ferrell, who bartends at Bob and Barbara's and works in distribution and sales for Modern Drunkard magazine, has amassed hundreds of soul records.
  • Working with one of the best theatre companies in Chicago, ‘Roadworks Productions’, he also bartends.


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  • The workshop covers various aspects of bartending like selection and caring of glassware, serving, essential bar ware, cocktail making and so on.
  • But there are a lot of women out there who have a flair for bar tending,’ Lavanya, a dancer learning bartending, says.
  • She graduated as a Tisch Scholar and she also went through the classic American rites of passage - working at McDonalds during high school and bartending and waitressing while starting her acting career.

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