Translation of barrack in Spanish:

barrack

Pronunciation: /ˈbærək/

vt

  • 1 (house) [soldiers] alojar en barracones
  • 2 (jeer) (BrE) [speaker/performer] abuchear
    More example sentences
    • Despite the fact that Hart was not even at the racecourse, his horse was barracked and jeered in scenes that came within a whisker of descending into violence.
    • During the heated debate, the Mayor Roger Clarke as Chair, struggled to maintain order amid barracking from the public galleries.
    • But if the home support, who took great delight in barracking their Palace counterparts before turning their ire on their own players, expected a rout, they were to be sorely disappointed.

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