Definition of minibar in English:

minibar

Syllabification: min·i·bar
Pronunciation: /ˈminēˌbär
 
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noun

A refrigerator in a hotel room containing a selection of refreshments that are charged for on the bill if used by the occupant.
More example sentences
  • Our rooms feature 24-hour room service, voice mail, dataports, minibars, hair dryers, an iron, and pay to view movies.
  • It has long been rumored in Sweden that when his self-discipline fails and he drinks an overpriced Coke out of a hotel minibar, he will go to a grocery store to buy a replacement.
  • You've finished the last of the plonk in the wine rack, you've drunk the miniatures stolen from minibars and found at the bottom of your suitcase.

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