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barn

 (bärn)
n.
1. A large building for sheltering livestock, storing hay or other agricultural products, or housing equipment used for operating a farm.
2. A large shed for the housing of vehicles, such as railroad cars.
3. A particularly large, typically bare building: lived in a barn of a country house.
4. Abbr. b Physics A unit of area equal to 10-24 square centimeters, used to measure cross sections in nuclear physics.

[Middle English bern, from Old English berærn : bere, barley; see bhares- in Indo-European roots + ærn, house.]
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barn

(bɑːn)
n
1. (Agriculture) a large farm outbuilding, used chiefly for storing hay, grain, etc, but also for housing livestock
2. (Railways) US and Canadian a large shed for sheltering railroad cars, trucks, etc
3. any large building, esp an unattractive one
4. (Agriculture) (modifier) relating to a system of poultry farming in which birds are allowed to move freely within a barn: barn eggs.
[Old English beren, from bere barley + ærn room; see barley1]

barn

(bɑːn)
n
(Units) a unit of nuclear cross section equal to 1028 square metre. Symbol: b
[C20: from barn1; so called because of the relatively large cross section]
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barn1

(bɑrn)
n.
1. a building for storing hay, grain, etc., and often for housing livestock.
2. a very large garage for buses, trucks, etc.; carbarn.
v.t.
3. to store (hay, grain, etc.) in a barn.
[before 950; Middle English bern, Old English berern=bere (see barley) + ern, ǣrn house, c. Old Frisian fīaern cowhouse, Old Norse rann, Gothic razn house; compare ransack]
barn′like`, adj.

barn2

(bɑrn)

n.
a unit of area equal to 10-24 square centimeter, used in measuring cross sections of atomic nuclei.
[1945–50; allegedly a facetious allusion to the phrase “as big as a barn”]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.barn - an outlying farm building for storing grain or animal feed and housing farm animalsbarn - an outlying farm building for storing grain or animal feed and housing farm animals
byre, cow barn, cowbarn, cowhouse, cowshed - a barn for cows
farm building - a building on a farm
hayloft, mow, haymow - a loft in a barn where hay is stored
tithe barn - barn originally built to hold tithes paid in kind and common in England
2.barn - (physics) a unit of nuclear cross section; the effective circular area that one particle presents to another as a target for an encounter
atomic physics, nuclear physics, nucleonics - the branch of physics that studies the internal structure of atomic nuclei
area unit, square measure - a system of units used to measure areas
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barn

noun grainstore, store, shed, grange, outbuilding She's down at the barn.
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Translations
الهُري: مَخْزَن حُبوبهُرْي
stodola
ladestald
lato
ambar
csûrcsűristállópajta
hlaðahlaîalåve
納屋
헛간
daržinėklėtisūkinis pastatas
klētsšķūnis
stodola
hlevskedenjštala
ladugård
โรงนา
samanlıkçiftlik ambarı
kho thóc

barn

[bɑːn]
A. Ngranero m; (= raised barn) → troje f (US) (for horses) → cuadra f; (for cattle) → establo m; (for buses etc) → parque m, garaje m
a great barn of a houseuna casa enorme, un caserón
B. CPD barn dance Nbaile m campesino
barn door Npuerta f de granero
barn owl Nlechuza f
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barn

[ˈbɑːrn] n (= building) → grange f
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barn

n
Scheune f, → Scheuer f; (in field) → Schober m (S Ger, Aus); a great barn of a houseeine große Scheune (inf)
(US, for streetcars, trucks) → Depot nt, → Hof m

barn

:
barn owl
nSchleiereule f
barnstorm
vi (esp US Theat) → in der Provinz spielen; (Pol) → in der Provinz Wahlreden halten
barnstormer
n (US Pol) → Wahlredner(in) m(f)in der Provinz; (Theat) → Wanderschauspieler(in) m(f)
barnstorming
adj (Brit) performancehinreißend
barnyard
n(Bauern)hof m; barn fowl(s) pl(Haus)geflügel nt
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barn

[bɑːn] nfienile m, granaio; (for animals) → stalla
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barn

(baːn) noun
a building in which grain, hay etc are stored. The farmer keeps his tractor in the barn.
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barn

هُرْي stodola lade Scheune αχυρώνας granero lato grange ambar granaio 納屋 헛간 schuur låve stodoła celeiro амбар ladugård โรงนา samanlık kho thóc 谷仓
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(3) Department of Biochemistry, Institute of Neurology and Geriatrics Moravsky Beroun, 793 05 Moravsky Beroun, Czech Republic
Moravsky Beroun (MORC) and Vranov u Brna (VRAC) and/or selected nearest seismic stations of the CNSN; relevant geographical coordinates [[phi].sub.N] and [[lambda].sub.E] of the foci are given in Table 1.