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barn1 British & World English

A large farm building used for storing grain, hay, or straw or for housing livestock

barn2 British & World English

A unit of area, 10−28 square metres, used especially in particle physics

bank barn British & World English

A barn built on a slope

barn door British & World English

The large door of a barn

barn owl British & World English

An owl with a heart-shaped face, black eyes, and relatively long, slender legs, typically nesting in farm buildings or in holes in trees

pole barn British & World English

A farm building which has sides consisting of poles covered with wire mesh

barn burner British & World English

A very exciting or dramatic event, especially a sports contest

barn dance British & World English

An informal social gathering for country dancing

Dutch barn British & World English

A farm building with a curved roof set over a steel, timber, or concrete frame without walls, used for storing hay

tithe barn British & World English

A barn built to hold tithes paid in kind

swallow2 British & World English

A migratory swift-flying songbird with a forked tail and long pointed wings, feeding on insects in flight

barnstorming British & World English

(Of a performance or performer) flamboyantly energetic and successful

barn owls in owl British & World English

A nocturnal bird of prey with large eyes, a facial disc, a hooked beak, and typically a loud hooting call

barn swallow in swallow2 British & World English

A migratory swift-flying songbird with a forked tail and long pointed wings, feeding on insects in flight


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