bargirl

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bar +‎ girl

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bargirl (plural bargirls)

  1. A female who works as a hostess in a bar, typically in Southeast Asia and catering to male clients, and who may provide personal entertainment or sexual services.
    Synonyms: B-girl, hostess
    Hyponym: juicy girl
    • 1991, Dorothy Cobble, Dishing It Out, University of Illinois Press, →ISBN, page 126:
      San Francisco's local, for example, initially admitted bargirls, but following the public condemnation of bargirls in the late 1930s, the local appointed a committee to investigate the situation.

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