Definition of barrack square in English:

barrack square

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noun

British
A drill ground near a barracks.
More example sentences
  • With the hospital overflowing the barrack square was used as an emergency ward and at one time there were four miles of beds in rows on the square.
  • We still had to march round the barrack squares and we had to be dressed correctly, with nothing dirty or out of order.
  • Driving past all those compounds and cavalry lines and barrack squares in Pakistan, one can only be shocked by the profound social division they represent.

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Pronunciation: ˈrɛtrə(ʊ)flɛks
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