Entry from British & World English dictionary
A farm building with a curved roof set over a steel, timber, or concrete frame without walls, used for storing hay.
- Police are investigating a suspicious blaze that destroyed 150 tonnes of straw, valued at between £4,000 and £5,000, in a Dutch barn at a farm in Coate, near Devizes, at the weekend.
- You make NASA look like toytown and you did it from a Dutch barn on a farm just outside Hyrll.
- Hay worth £130 to £140 was destroyed by fire which broke out in a Dutch barn at Cemetery Farm in Rooley Lane, Bradford.
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