English version

barn in Household topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbarnbarn /bɑːn $ bɑːrn/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 barn.jpg TAa large farm building for storing crops, or for keeping animals in2 informalTBBDH a large plain building 🔊 a huge barn of a house
Examples from the Corpus
barn• He's got a big loft empty in one of his barns.• Also houses, barns and trucks.• Chuck Moxon and his partner took the suspect barn.• I chased him with the pitchfork and he ran in the barn.• There were a few Commandos resting in the barn, they looked up as I entered but showed no recognition.• The men who went out to the barn came in soaked to the skin.• There had been a pair using this barn, but, as so often happens these days, they deserted their nest.• Inside a yellow barn set in rolling green hills, 10 Sufis spin like synchronized tops across the wooden floor.