Translation of hayrick in Spanish:

hayrick

almiar, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈheɪrɪk//ˈheɪˌrɪk/

noun

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    almiar masculine
    • As a lad he stood on a hayrick, the proud young Hamlet, giving utterances of greatness.
    • Small villages, hayricks, gloomy barns, steaming dung-heaps and frost blasted trees poked from the snow in black detail.
    • It was only when she placed her hands on my head and felt the childhood scar from my fall off a hayrick that she acknowledged me as her son.
    • They didn't even give him a standing ovation, and instead returned to a placid debate on the countryside, like snoozing farm hands propped up on hayricks.
    • A highland smell of dry grass and mould, smoke and hayricks, rode the breeze that pressed against her face.
    • Peasants occupied common lands, cleared forest, butchered livestock, and burned hayricks.