The "Browning Automatic Rifle" is considered one of the most effective and most advanced weapon of World War Two. It was used as a squad support weapon and required special and extensive training to use. Fireing a varity of large caliber rounds (somtimes as large as .50 Cal.) from a 20 round box magazine, it was best suted to laying accurate surpressing fire over long distances. It, however was a very heavy weapon, which put out extremly high amounts of kick and muzzel jump, making it most effective when used while in a prone possition. The Squad Support gunners trained to use these wapons where nick named BARmen or BARtenders.
The supresion team raked the bunker with BAR fire to keep the German's heads down, while the attack team moved in for the kill.
by Mark T. July 22, 2005
Bad Ass Rolling Skills
My nigga sean can roll bars
by r kelley February 16, 2008
Bar 1

1. a long rigid piece of metal, or simiilar material, typically used as an obstruction, fastening, or a weapon.
>a sand bank or shoal at the mouth of a harbour or an estuary.
>(british) a metal strip below the clasp of a metal, awarded as an additional distinction.
>(Heraldry) a charge in the form of a narrow stripe across the shield.
2. a counter in a public house or cafe across which alcoholic drinks or refreshments are served.
>a room in a public house, resturant, or hotel in which alcohol is served.
>a small shop or stall serving refreshments or providing a specified serivce: ex. a snack bar.
3. a barrier or restriction to action or advance: ex. a bar to promotion.
>a plea arresting an action or claim in a law case
4. (Music) any of the short sections or measures in which a piece of music is divided, shown on a score with vertical lines acrose the stave.
5. (ex. the bar) a partition in a court room, now usually notional, beyond which most people may not pass and at which an accused person the stands.
>(British) a rail marking the end of each chamber in the Houses of Parliament.
6. (ex. the Bar) the profession of the barrister.
>(British) barristers collectively.
>(North American) lawyers collectively.

VERB (ex. barred, barring)
1. fasten with a bar or bars.
2. prohibit from doing something or going somewhere.
>exclude from consideration.
>(Law) prevent or delay (an action) by objection.
3. mark with bars or stripes.

(cheifly British) except for.
>(British Horse Racing) except the horses indicated (used when stating the odds).

bar none = with no exceptions.

be called to the Bar = (British) be ammited to the barrister.

be called within the Bar = (British) be appointed a Queen's Counsel.

behind bars = in prison

ORIGIN Middle English from Old French
-barre(noun)-, -barrer (verb)-, of unknown origin.

Bar 2

a unit of pressure equivalent to a hundred thousand newtons per square meter or approximately one atmosphere.

ORIGIN Century 20: from Greek -baros: weight-
Bar 1

1. Put that bar in place to prevent the structure from collapsing.
2. That popular bar is messy.
3. The obstacle bars us from reaching the goal.
4. Music pieces are divided into bars.
5. The accused person stood at the bar.
6. The bar of the accused person is acupuncturist.

1. Bar yourself so you do not fall out of your seat.
2. It is best for people to bar sellers from selling illegal substances.
3. The room will look best if you bar it.

Bar 2
The current atmospheric pressure is 9.70 bars.
by Evil Monkey Dishwasher February 27, 2005
Bad ass rhyming session
"Bars!!"says Jaquan after Sharkeisha finishes her rap
by Nycdoubleunderground July 18, 2015
A unspecified creature that roams through fast food restaurants during the day and crawls through windows at night. Usually extremely obese, and will do anything for someone as long as the reward is edible.
1: Did you see that Bar the other day?
2: Yeah, it was in KFC rinsing out all the chicken, very depressing day :(

*Next day*

2: OMG you'll never guessed what happened last night
1: What?
2: That Bar creature tried coming in my house through my window at 4.30 in the morning!!
1: OMG, That's terrible!!
by Dogbird Nerdbird April 03, 2011
A soul brother's reference to the male member.
Bitch, suck my bar!


Brother, does my bar look big in this?

Bite my bar.
by AdsorbantClown March 05, 2011
To disregard or ignore.

There are Countless methods of barring, such as... VERBAL BARRING where you blatantly disregard what someone is saying, and begin talking to someone else... SOCIAL BARRING, such as when you and your buddies suddenly become "undecided" or "unsure" of your evening plans when your fat, dorky, ugly suitemate asks if he can go party with you.

Best done when everyone around knows the person got barred EXCEPT the Bar Victim him/herself.
Scenario 1:
<Hot Hannah> KlassyNig, good to see you out tonight...
<Big Becky> KlassyNig, I thought you loved me... When are you gonna come show me some lovin??
<KlassyNig> *sigh* ......So Hannah, hows it been going?
<Hot Hannah> Haha, you sure barred the hell out of Becky!

Scenario 2:
<KlassyNig> (to self) Oh hell.... Here THIS chode comes.... Let me pretend I'm on the phone and bar his ass...
by KlassyNig April 30, 2004

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