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barn
American English: /bɑrn/
British English: /bɑːn/

Translation of barn in Spanish:

noun

  • 1.1 (for crops)
    (for livestock)
    they live in a great barn of a place
    viven en un caserón enorme
    Example sentences
    • Also within the wall would have been a well, latrines, a chapel, workshops, barns, pens for livestock, hen houses and perhaps other outbuildings.
    • On the way to the working farm, they marvel at the bucolic scene - rolling hills with acres of corn and soybean fields, the green pastures interspersed with barns and farm houses.
    • Clean livestock barns have fewer fly problems.
    1.2 (for vehicles)
    (American English)
    Example sentences
    • One barn featured rapid transit cars that were awaiting some restoration.
    • ALL Santa wants for Christmas is a new barn, shed or stable for his sleigh.
    • In the car barn we saw numbers 2002 through 6 in various stages of build.

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