Translation of barnyard in Spanish:


corral, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbɑrnˌjɑrd/ /ˈbɑːnjɑːd/


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    corral masculine
    • Run-off from barnyards, cropland, feedlots, septic tanks, and intensively managed turf areas such as golf courses can introduce large quantities of organic matter and nutrients into a pond.
    • Farmers emptied their barnyards and built factory-size sheds in the rolling hills.
    • Proper grading and tiling can reduce wet barnyards.
    • For efficiency, a pipeline must follow the lay of the land, cutting through barnyards and across cultivated fields.
    • Wounds sustained in barnyards or stables are considered contaminated.
    • In the winter, we sledded from the top, over two terraces, and down to the barnyard next to the road.
    • Their farmstead and barnyard areas are immaculately tidy.
    • There was also fish from the pond and poultry and cows from the barnyard.
    • Crossing the coastal plain on the heels of the main herd was a bit like walking through a barnyard.
    • A mile or so in, you'll come to Slide Ranch, where you can watch goats and chickens roam the barnyard.
    • He went to the screen door that looked out on the barnyard.
    • So I went down toward the creek, and as I turned the corner by the barnyard I saw him down below, moving along a fencerow.
    • The barnyard was situated behind the house with a good clear view of the winding highway that led out of Massillon and to places beyond.
    • As the two approached the barnyard they slowed to a steady trot.
    • He led me out of the main barnyard, down the aisle to the fields.
    • They walked all around the barnyard, Shiloh's head up high, looking at all the new surroundings.
    • After it seemed that I couldn't last one more second on a saddle, we broke through to a familiar barnyard.
    • Once we find a narrow spot to park the car we emerge from the air conditioning to be greeted by the sounds and smells of a barnyard.
    • It's the story of a little pig and his friends in the barnyard, including a spider named Charlotte.
    • So with dirty clothes and feces in my teeth, I climbed on top of the fence with the gun and jumped on the back of one of the colts that were hanging around the barnyard.