Definition of timber yard in English:

timber yard

Syllabification: tim·ber yard

noun

British
A lumberyard.
More example sentences
  • As they waited at a timber yard in South Yorkshire, they were amazed when another two lorries turned up containing more than eight million more un-taxed cigarettes from France.
  • The court heard the defendants met up with the man at Christmas 2000, at a disused timber yard in Nottinghamshire, where the illegal diesel was then being made.
  • I spent hours at the timber yard organising materials.

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