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Meaning of “barn” - Learner’s Dictionary

barn

noun [C]     /bɑːn/
a large building on a farm where crops or animals can be keptBuildings in generalShops, markets and auctionsRestaurants and cafesFarms and ranchesAreas of land where crops are grown
Translations of “barn”
in Arabic حَظيرة…
in Korean 헛간…
in Malaysian bangsal…
in French grange…
in Turkish ahır, samanlık…
in Italian granaio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 穀倉,糧倉…
in Russian амбар, хлев…
in Polish stodoła, obora, stajnia…
in Vietnamese kho thóc…
in Spanish granero…
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 Indonesian lumbung, gudang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 谷仓,粮仓…
(Definition of barn from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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