cowshed

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cow·shed

 (kou′shĕd′)
n.
A shed for housing cows.

cowshed

(ˈkaʊʃɛd)
n
(Agriculture) a shed in which cattle are kept or milked

cow•shed

(ˈkaʊˌʃɛd)

n.
a shed serving as a shelter for cows.
[1825–35]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cowshed - a barn for cowscowshed - a barn for cows      
barn - an outlying farm building for storing grain or animal feed and housing farm animals
Translations
tehénistálló
koeiestalkoestal
staul de vaci

cowshed

[ˈkaʊʃed] Nestablo m

cowshed

[ˈkaʊʃɛd] nétable f

cowshed

[ˈkaʊˌʃed] nstalla
References in classic literature ?
The German laughed, came out of the cowshed, pulled off his cap, and waving it above his head cried:
Though neither the German cleaning his cowshed nor Rostov back with his platoon from foraging for hay had any reason for rejoicing, they looked at each other with joyful delight and brotherly love, wagged their heads in token of their mutual affection, and parted smiling, the German returning to his cowshed and Rostov going to the cottage he occupied with Denisov.
An old woman suddenly appeared on the threshold of one of the cabins, and the young peasant girl passed on into a cowshed, with a gesture that pointed out the aforesaid old woman, towards whom Genestas went; taking care at the same time to keep a tight hold on his horse, lest the children who were already running about under his hoofs should be hurt.
A few minutes afterwards the woman went to the cowshed, and through a crack in the wall she saw in the stable adjoining he had made a noose of his sash from the beam, stood on a block of wood, and was trying to put his neck in the noose.
Indian troops had set on fire over 73 stacks of dried hay and cowsheds, which resulted into gutting of many houses in the town, yesterday.
In the Irkutsk and Kuitun districts the construction of cowsheds for 140, 360 and 400 animals is under way.
Lizzie's Farm, which is part of Chadwich Manor Farm, is throwing open its gates and cowsheds as part of a national event, Open Farm Sunday.
Not so much a minibreak of ooh-la-la in Paris, more a look at the people who cross the Channel to spend time in barns, cowsheds and attics (each to their own) to find antiques to bring home.
in Frislan, a village on the outskirts of Pahalgam, and gutted 46 houses and a few cowsheds.
We're invited to sit back, relax and be entertained by tales of the castles and cowsheds, palaces and pubs, and churches and chippies Grundy has explored over the years.
The cowsheds are causing diseases and sting smell in the area while the residents have demanded of higher authorities to remove the animal sheds from the area.