Definition of 'barracks'
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It had been towed into the yard at the back of the barracks. FIELD OF BLOODHe was not lording it now over a barracks where discipline was supported by a traditional system. MOONDROP TO MURDERChristmas... what a thought... Christmas in the Springfield Road barracks. FIELD OF BLOOD
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British English: barracks NOUN
A barracks is a building or group of buildings where soldiers or other members of the armed forces live and work.
...an army barracks in the north of the city.
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