Definition of bull bar in English:

bull bar

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A strong metal grille fitted to the front of a motor vehicle to protect it against impact damage.
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  • But one piece of legislation that can't come too soon is a ban on bull bars, an outrageously vicious addition especially in urban London.
  • One day I might get around to polishing the bull bar.
  • It doesn't have all those bull bars and monster-truck looks of some off-roaders.

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