public house

public house (plural public houses)

  1. (UK, formal) A pub; a British bar or tavern, often selling food and sometimes lodging; an inn.
    • 1990, House of Cards, Season 1, Episode 1:
      Those of us who care for the nation's defence have been astonished to hear that confidential documents have been left in a public house.

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