a saloon; bar.
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How to use cantina in a sentence
The Mos Eisley cantina set captures one of the most beloved Star Wars locations in 3,187 pieces.
The famous line about CPAC being the cantina scene from Star Wars suddenly feels like it needs a digital update, too.Marjorie Taylor Greene Isn't a Fluke—She Might Be the Future | Philip Elliott | November 17, 2021 | Time
Further, the center of the galaxy could be a cosmic cantina that’d make even George Lucas blush.Fermi Paradox: Here’s What an Alien Civilization Settling the Galaxy Looks Like | Jason Dorrier | June 27, 2021 | Singularity Hub
It allows for the reopening of establishments like bars and cantinas.In-person Pride events to take place around the world | Michael K. Lavers | June 10, 2021 | Washington Blade
The cantina on Tatooine involves budgetary constraints as well, with people dressed up as aliens.Life Beyond Human Has to Play by the Rules - Issue 98: Mind | David P. Barash | March 17, 2021 | Nautilus
As they came out of the livery barn again, Bartley happened to glance at the lighted doorway of the cantina opposite.Partners of Chance | Henry Herbert Knibbs
She has the woman at the cantina backed off the map, and my future Spanish lessons will be under the wing of Doña Luz.The Treasure Trail | Marah Ellis Ryan
Their sudden action did not escape the soldier, who, attributing it to another cause, also hastily quitted the cantina.The Broncho Rider Boys with Funston at Vera Cruz | Frank Fowler
Then they entered a cantina for breakfast, purposely choosing one that was little frequented by Americans.The Broncho Rider Boys with Funston at Vera Cruz | Frank Fowler
In Fernando's eyes, in the cantina, there had been the glaze of fear.When the Owl Cries | Paul Bartlett
British Dictionary definitions for cantina
a bar or wine shop, esp in a Spanish-speaking country
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