Definition of milk bar in English:

milk bar

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1British A snack bar that sells milk drinks and other refreshments.
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  • Harry and Sue met in the old milk bar in 1962, married a few years later and bought the site in 1974.
  • This week in 1958, there was a glassing outside a pub and a brawl in a milk bar in the town centre.
  • Forte's father emigrated from Italy at the age of five and later opened a milk bar in Regent Street which he slowly expanded, branching out into mid and budget-range hotels.
2Australian A corner shop.
More example sentences
  • At the local shopping centre there was also a chemist and a milk bar.
  • The couple in the milk bar are called George and Mildred.
  • Walking home in the rain last night, I popped into my local milk bar to pick up a can of soup.

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