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barrownoun [C]

uk   /ˈbær.əʊ/  us   /ˈber.oʊ/
  • barrow noun [C] (VEHICLE)

UK a vehicle moved by a person from which fruit and vegetables, etc. are sold at the side of a road
  • barrow noun [C] (FOR BURIAL)

a large structure consisting of a pile of soil over a place where people were buried in ancient times: Belas Knap is a fine example of a Neolithic long barrow.
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