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Meaning of “farmyard” - Learner’s Dictionary

farmyard

noun [C]     /ˈfɑːmjɑːd/
an area of ground with farm buildings around itGardens and yards
Translations of “farmyard”
in Korean 농가의 마당…
in Arabic فَناء المَزْرَعة…
in Portuguese terreiro…
in Catalan corral…
in Japanese 農場…
in Italian aia, cortile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 農家庭院…
in Russian двор фермы…
in Turkish çiflik avlusu, çiftlik binalarının bulunduğu alan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 农家庭院…
in Polish podwórze…
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