Definition of pub owner in English:

pub owner

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  • A person who owns a public house: rural pub owners seem resigned to the slow decline of their trade
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    • Only the handful of Army personnel, volunteers from the National Trust and the pub-owners live on the island, so when a boatload of divers arrive they are made to feel most welcome.
    • Several pub-owners have come to me, asking how this will ever be enforced, and saying they do not believe it ever will be.
    • Both representative groups reacted angrily yesterday on learning of the station's request to charge pub-owners and accommodation providers an extra fee.

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