an instance or period of pub-crawling.
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Origin of pub crawl
First recorded in 1910–15
Words nearby pub crawl
Definition for pub crawl (2 of 2)
[ puhb-krawl ]
/ ˈpʌbˌkrɔl /
verb (used without object)
to have drinks at one bar after another.
Origin of pub-crawl
First recorded in 1935–40
OTHER WORDS FROM pub-crawlpub-crawler, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for pub crawl
/ informal, mainly British /
a drinking tour of a number of pubs or bars
(intr) to make such a tour
Derived forms of pub-crawlpubcrawler, noun
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