- A bar is a place that sells alcoholic drinks. <> Gidan giya, wajen da ake saida giya. Gidan mashaya.
- I'm going to drink beer at the bar.
- A bar is the counter or bench in a hotel or bar where drinks are sold. <> teburin seda kayan sha kamar giya a cikin otel.
- The waitress stood behind the bar and poured our drinks.
- A bar is a box-shaped piece of something. <> siffar akwati.
- You can buy a bar of soap, or a bar of gold.
- A bar is a long, hard thing that looks like a stick. <> doguwar sanda.
- The prisoner was kept behind bars in the jail.
- (English verb: bar) prevent or forbid the entrance or movement of. <> kare hanya, hana
- (Hausa verb: bar) bari <> to leave, leaving, left, let go, stop, allow/permit.
- Ya bar wajen <> He left there.
- Ta bar ni zuwa liyafar. <> She allowed me to go to the party.
- (noun) guntu <> chip, piece, bar, fragment; layi <> line, row, bar; mahani <> bar, interference; maƙulli <> key, lock, bar, bolt;
- (verb) ƙulla <> tie, enclose, lock, bar; hana <> forbid, prevent, smother, prohibit, restrain, bar; ƙulle <> fasten, bar;