barn Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"barn" in British English

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barnnoun [C]

uk   /bɑːn/  us   /bɑːrn/
C2 a ​largebuilding on a ​farm in which ​animals or hay (= ​driedgrass) and ​grain are ​kept
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(Definition of barn from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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barnnoun [C]

 us   /bɑrn/
a ​largebuilding on a ​farm in which hay (= ​driedgrass) and ​grain and often ​farmanimals are ​kept
(Definition of barn from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “barn”
in Korean 헛간…
in Arabic حَظيرة…
in Malaysian bangsal…
in French grange…
in Russian амбар, хлев…
in Chinese (Traditional) 穀倉,糧倉…
in Italian granaio…
in Turkish ahır, samanlık…
in Polish stodoła, obora, stajnia…
in Spanish granero…
in Vietnamese kho thóc…
in Portuguese celeiro…
in Thai ยุ้งฉาง, โรงนา…
in German die Scheune…
in Catalan graner, establa…
in Japanese (農場の)納屋, 家畜小屋…
in Chinese (Simplified) 谷仓,粮仓…
in Indonesian lumbung, gudang…
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