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ABA abbreviation of "American Bar Association."
axle a supporting bar or shaft on which, or by means of which, a wheel or wheels turn.
bail2 a hinged bar on a typewriter that holds the paper in place. [1/2 definitions]
bar1 to place a bar across. [1/13 definitions]
barbell a usu. metal bar with removable weights at each end, used in weightlifting and exercising.
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.
barkeeper one who tends a bar in such an establishment; bartender. [1/2 definitions]
barrier something erected to bar passage such as a fence, wall, or the like. [2/3 definitions]
barroom a room where alcoholic beverages are served, usu. at a bar or counter.
bar sinister in heraldry, a bar on a shield that runs diagonally from lower left to upper right, signifying an illegitimate ancestor; bend sinister. [1/3 definitions]
battering ram any bar, beam, or device used in a similar way, as by police, firefighters, or rescue workers. [1/2 definitions]
beam the bar of a weighing device, which holds weighing pans or scales at either end. [1/8 definitions]
belaying pin a short round metal or wooden bar that fits into the rail of a ship, and around which ropes are secured.
bend sinister in heraldry, a diagonal band from the lower left to the upper right of a shield, signifying bastardy; bar sinister.
bilbo (often pl.) a long iron bar with sliding shackles, formerly used to fetter prisoners' feet.
billet2 a narrow bar of steel or iron, usu. square in section, that is rolled or forged from an ingot. [1/4 definitions]
bistro a small bar, café, or nightclub.
blues (used with a sing. or pl. verb) a style of jazz developed by American blacks, usu. having a twelve-bar structure and frequently composed in a minor key. [1/2 definitions]
bolt1 a metal or wooden bar on a door that slides into a socket on the doorframe to secure the door in a closed position. [1/14 definitions]
bouncer (informal) a person employed, esp. in a bar, to eject or prevent entry of unauthorized or disorderly patrons. [1/2 definitions]
buffet2 a counter or bar on which food is served. [1/4 definitions]