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barracksnoun [C]

 us   /ˈbær·əks/ (plural barracks)
a ​building or ​group of ​buildings where ​soldierslive: The 15 ​tents were ​normally used as barracks for ​Marines.
(Definition of barracks from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “barracks”
in Korean 막사…
in Arabic ثَكنات…
in Malaysian berek askar…
in French caserne…
in Russian казарма…
in Chinese (Traditional) 兵營,營盤…
in Italian caserma…
in Turkish asker barakaları, kışla binaları…
in Polish koszary…
in Spanish cuartel…
in Vietnamese doanh trại…
in Portuguese quartel…
in Thai โรงหรืออาคารใหญ่เป็นที่พักทหาร…
in German die Kaserne…
in Catalan quarter…
in Japanese 兵舎, 兵営…
in Chinese (Simplified) 兵营,营盘…
in Indonesian barak…
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