- n.谷仓; 畜棚; 简陋的大房子
- 复数: barns;
The kitchen is just as modern as the barn.
Near his house stood the ancient barn that housed the family's goats and chickens.
Cold May and a windy month makes a full barn.
No house without a mouse, no barn without corn, no rose without a thorn.
没有家没有老鼠, 没有牲口棚没有玉米, 没有不带刺的玫瑰.
The cows were driven into the barn.
There was a sack of corn in the corner of the barn.
Named ad Lunan Grain Barn, Tengzhou was listed as commercial grain and high quality vegetable base.
Bar barn door so the cows can't get out.
They heaped the barn with grain.
We took shelter from the rain in an old barn.
But we should keep an eye on the barn door anyway.
Since the famous evening of the barn dance, Annixter had spoken to her but twice.
Don't worry — he'll be all safe and snug in the barn.
The barn was heaped with grain.
That big building is a barn for keeping the grain.
The rickety barn needs repairing.
Another barn has been built there.
He is going to top the barn tomorrow.
Spend a year of plenty the way you spend a year of want and remind yourself of famine even when the barn is full.
The grain is liable to mildew when the humidity in the barn is too high.
We have to alter the house into a barn.
A barn adjoins the farmhouse.
He and Walker patched the barn roof.
Nicholas has bought a barn in Provence and is spending August doing it up.
They'd bought a huge barn with some land and planned to turn it into a palace.
He strode purposefully towards the barn.
The rooster chased me across the dirt floor of the barn.
He is living in a converted barn.
In 1979, Liquor Barn thrived as a discount merchandiser.
1. an outlying farm building for storing grain or animal feed and housing farm animals
2. (physics) a unit of nuclear cross section; the effective circular area that one particle presents to another as a target for an encounter