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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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cowshedcow‧shed /ˈkaʊʃed/ noun [countable]  TBBa building where cows are kept
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cowshedAusfahrt was pulled roughly into a cowshed.Norton's Coin got back to his cowshed at about 10.30 p.m.Conditions are even worse in poorer provinces, where children often are taught under trees or in cowsheds.It was whitewash, the cheap stuff that is used in cowsheds and stables and hen-houses.The efforts farmers have made to control their silage liquors or cowshed washings are equally evident.On a smallholding it may be more practical to carry silage to the stock in yard or cowshed.They will search every farm, byre, barn, store, cowshed and pigsty until they reach the ten-mile ring.I suggest you whitewash out the pigsties and the cowsheds.
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