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barcarole a piece of music composed in the style of Venetian gondoliers' songs, with a rhythm suggesting rowing.
bar code a set of vertical bars of varying widths containing coded information that can be read by an optical scanner, usu. printed on the labels of consumer goods, on mail, and the like. (Cf. Universal Product Code.)
bard in ancient Celtic times, a person who composed and recited or sang epic poetry. [2 definitions]
bare lacking clothing or covering; naked. [6 definitions]
bareback on the back of a horse, donkey, or the like, without a saddle.
barefaced with no covering over the face. [3 definitions]
barefoot with nothing on the feet.
barehanded without any sort of aid in hand, such as a weapon or tool. [2 definitions]
bareheaded without a covering for the head; hatless.
barelegged with the legs mostly uncovered.
barely only just; hardly. [2 definitions]
barf (slang) to vomit. [2 definitions]
bargain an agreement that contains the terms of a transaction or exchange. [6 definitions]
bargain counter a counter in a store that is stocked with items to be sold at reduced prices.
bargain for take into account; expect.
bargaining chip something that can be used in negotiating or making deals, esp. if likely to yield an advantage.
bargain on to anticipate. [2 definitions]
barge a large, long, flat-bottomed boat that is used for carrying freight. [4 definitions]
barge in to interrupt or intrude, esp. clumsily or impolitely.
bar graph a graph in which numerical values of data are represented by bars of equal widths but varying lengths, also known as a bar chart.
barhop (informal) to drink at a series of bars during the course of a given period, esp. during an evening.