A rectangular block of a precious metal.
Sports A horizontal bar.
Sports A horizontal rod that marks the height to be cleared in high jumping or pole vaulting.
A standard, expectation, or degree of requirement: a leader whose example set a high bar for others.
Something that impedes or prevents action or progress. See Synonyms at obstacle.
A ridge, as of sand or gravel, on a shore or streambed, that is formed by the action of tides or currents.
A narrow marking, as a stripe or band.
A narrow metal or embroidered strip worn on a military uniform indicating rank or service.
Chiefly British A small insignia worn on a military decoration indicating that it has been awarded an additional time.
Heraldry A pair of horizontal parallel lines drawn across a shield.
Law The nullification, defeat, or prevention of a claim or action.
Law The process by which nullification, defeat, or prevention is achieved.
The railing in a courtroom enclosing the part of the room where the judges and lawyers sit, witnesses are heard, and prisoners are tried.
A place of judgment; a tribunal.
Law Attorneys considered as a group.
Law The profession of law.
Music A vertical line drawn through a staff to mark off a measure.
Music A measure.
Variant of barre.
A counter at which drinks, especially alcoholic drinks, and sometimes food, are served.
An establishment or room having such a counter.
To fasten securely with a long, straight, rigid piece of material.
To shut in or out with or as if with bars.