- bull barsN-COUNT: usu plOn some motor vehicles, bull bars are metal bars fixed to the front that are designed to protect it if it crashes.
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bull bar — UK US noun [countable] [singular bull bar plural bull bars] a frame of strong metal bars around the front of a car or truck, used for protecting it if there is an accident Thesaurus: external parts of cars and other road vehicles … Useful english dictionary
bull bar — bull ,bar noun count a frame of strong metal bars around the front of a car or truck, used for protecting it if there is an accident … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
bull bar — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms bull bar : singular bull bar plural bull bars a frame of strong metal bars around the front of a car or truck, used for protecting it if there is an accident … English dictionary
bull bar — noun a) A framework of metal bars at a vehicles front to protect it during collisions with cattle, etc. b) The same framework fitted as a fashion accessory Syn: kangaroo bar, roo bar, nudge bar … Wiktionary
bull bar — /ˈbʊl ba/ (say bool bah) noun a metal grid placed in front of a motor vehicle to prevent damage to the vehicle in case of collision, especially with kangaroos, stray cattle, etc., on outback roads; roo bar; kangaroo bar. Also, bullbar … Australian English dictionary
Bull bar — stout bar fixed to the front of a vehicle to protect it against hitting kangaroos … Dictionary of Australian slang
bull bar — Australian Slang stout bar fixed to the front of a vehicle to protect it against hitting kangaroos … English dialects glossary
bull bar — The upward extension of a bumper to protect lights and the grille. Also see nerf bar … Dictionary of automotive terms
bull-bar — /bool bahr /, n. Australian. a metal frame attached to the front of a vehicle to prevent damage in case of a collision with stray animals on outback roads. * * * … Universalium
bull bar — noun a strong metal grille fitted to the front of a motor vehicle to protect against impact damage … English new terms dictionary