barrack

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Noun[change]

Singular
barrack

Plural
barracks

  1. (military) A barrack is a building for soldiers to live and sleep in. The building is more commonly called barracks. A barrack used to mean "a temporary hut", but now is usually used for permanent buildings.

Verb[change]

Plain form
barrack

Third-person singular
barracks

Past tense
barracked

Past participle
barracked

Present participle
barracking

  1. To live in barracks.
    The soldier was barracked during his stay at basic training.
  2. To shout or jeer at.
    My opponent barracked me during our match.