In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(for crops) granero masculine(for livestock) establo masculinethey live in a great barn of a place — viven en un caserón enorme
- At that time it was a conventional row-crop farm with an unused barn and silos.
- He talked to a group of Canadian Forces reservists, visited the livestock barns and posed for several pictures.
- In the US, tornadoes twisting at 300 mph sometimes sweep a path a mile wide over 50 miles, lifting and dumping trucks, barns, livestock and people.
- It is understood that she was working in a hay barn when two large straw bales fell from a stack onto her.
- The traditional farm buildings are located behind the farmhouse and include a bothy, stores, barn and livestock accommodation.
- Clean livestock barns have fewer fly problems.
- On the way to the working farm, they marvel at the bucolic scene - rolling hills with acres of corn and soybean fields, the green pastures interspersed with barns and farm houses.
- The hogs are farrowed outdoors or in barns or hoop buildings with bedding.
- We remodeled part of a barn on Colin's farm into a wire-floored nursery with pull-plug flush gutters and an outside pit.
- The study site at Badajoz consists of open farmland with pastures, cereals, and fruit plantations, and most barn swallows breed in barns and other farm buildings.
- This configuration recalls the form of traditional livestock barns with a center walkway and animal stalls to each side.
- Windows were opened, livestock rustled in their barns, children's voices began to mingle with those of their parents.
- Instead of him hauling silage into the barn and manure out, the cows do it now, he says.
- Also within the wall would have been a well, latrines, a chapel, workshops, barns, pens for livestock, hen houses and perhaps other outbuildings.
- Initially the birds vanished from the countryside, as farmers learnt how to farm more efficiently and tougher hygiene rules led to the sealing of barns and grain stores.
- His statement about building livestock barns in swampy areas is particularly insulting.
- The livestock pens and barns held little interest for her, although she took the time to check out the horse barn, filled with stalls.
- An enclosed stone-built courtyard houses a range of farm buildings, a hay barn and a secure workshop.
- He confirmed that his prior letter requesting permission for a barn and livestock was ‘inaccurate’.
- A small main house sat in front of a larger feed shed, a tool shed, and a pair of large barns emitting intermittent livestock noises.
2US(for vehicles)cochera feminine
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- One barn featured rapid transit cars that were awaiting some restoration.
- In the car barn we saw numbers 2002 through 6 in various stages of build.
- The quake and resulting fire destroyed the power houses and car barns of both the Cal Cable and the URR's Powell Street lines, together with the 117 cable cars stored within them.
- ALL Santa wants for Christmas is a new barn, shed or stable for his sleigh.
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