barrack ( barracks plural & 3rd person present) ( barracking present participle) ( barracked past tense & past participle )
1 n-count 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.
oft in names
...an army barracks in the north of the city.
2 verb 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... V n
He was affected badly by the barracking that he got from the crowd.
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