barrack

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İngilizce - Türkçe
bağırarak sözünü kesmek
Bir takım veya oyuncu lehine veya aleyhine tezahürat yapmak; bağırarak tezahürat yapmak
Kışlada oturtmak
bir takım veya oyuncu lehine veya aleyhine tezahürat yapmak
bağırarak sesini kes
{f} bağırarak desteklemek
(isim) baraka
{f} tezahürat yapmak
bağlrarak tezahürat yapmak
Avustralya ve ing
baraka
barrack bag
(Askeri) (S) EŞYA TORBASI: Branda bezi veya başka bir bezden yapılan ve askeri personelin, giyim eşyası ile teçhizatını taşımaya yarayan torba
barrack square
kışla avlusu
artillery barrack
(Gıda) Topçu kışlası
barracks
kışla
barracks
baraka
barracks
(Askeri) Kışla, kışla tesisleri
barracks
{i} çirkin büyük bina
barracks
büyük bina/kışla
barracks
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İngilizce - İngilizce
A building for soldiers, especially when in garrison. Commonly in the plural, originally meaning temporary huts, but now usually applied to a permanent structure or set of buildings

He lodged in a miserable hut or barrack, composed of dry branches and thatched with straw. - Edward Gibbon.

To house military personnel; to quarter
to jeer
(local, U.S.) A movable roof sliding on four posts, to cover hay, straw, etc
the police station
to cheer on a team etc
{n} a building to lodge soldiers in, a hut
a building used to house military personnel
{i} simple structure that looks like a shed that provides temporary housing; building used to accommodate military staff and troops
A building for soldiers, especially when in garrison
Commonly in the pl
A barracks is a building or group of buildings where soldiers or other members of the armed forces live and work. `Barracks' is the singular and plural form. an army barracks in the north of the city
If people in an audience barrack public speakers or performers, they interrupt them, for example by making rude remarks. Fans gained more enjoyment barracking him than cheering on the team = heckle + barracking bar·rack·ing He was affected badly by the barracking that he got from the crowd. = heckling
{f} loudly encourage, urge loudly; loudly disapprove (at a sporting event); voice opinions loudly; provide military staff with accommodation; accommodate in barracks; live in barracks
A movable roof sliding on four posts, to cover hay, straw, etc
originally meaning temporary huts, but now usually applied to a permanent structure or set of buildings
laugh at with contempt and derision; "The crowd jeered at the speaker"
lodge in barracks
To live or lodge in barracks
To supply with barracks; to establish in barracks; as, to barrack troops
urge on or encourage especially by shouts; "The crowd cheered the demonstrating strikers"
barrack square
drill ground close to a barracks
barracks
A group of buildings used by military personnel as housing
barracks
plural form of barrack
barracks
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of barrack
barracked
past of barrack
barracking
present participle of barrack
barracking
heckling: shouting to interrupt a speech with which you disagree
barracking
{i} shouts of disapproval (at a sporting event)
barracks
NYSP substation where Troopers report for duty, change their clothes and pick up their patrol vehicles
barracks
{i} buildings used to house military troops; plain buildings used for lodging large numbers of people
barracks
A building or group of buildings for members of the armed services to live in or a large building in which many people live
barracks
A Structure which allows a Stronghold to hold a Garrison
barracks
a building or group of buildings in which soldiers live (baraque , from barraca)
barracks
third-person singular of barrack
barracks
Living quarters for enlisted men
barracks
plural of barrack
barrack