Definition of barnstorm Pronunciation
Verb
1. To travel around the countryside making political speeches etc
2. To appear at fairs and carnivals in exhibitions of stunt flying, or sporting events
3. To travel from town to town performing in front of small crowds.
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English - English - barnstorm Pronunciation
v. visit rural towns
English - Spanish - barnstorm Pronunciation
v. politiquear, recorrer el campo pronunciando discursos; recorrer el campo presentando espectáculos de teatro los actores
English - French - barnstorm Pronunciation
v. faire une tournée théâtrale, partir en tournée, aller de ville en ville
English - German - barnstorm Pronunciation
v. Wahlreden halten
English - Italian - barnstorm Pronunciation
v. spostarsi da un luogo all'altro per dare spettacoli, comizi etc.
English - Polish - barnstorm Pronunciation
v. objeżdżać kraj, wygłaszać przemówienia przedwyborcze
English - Portuguese - barnstorm Pronunciation
v. viajar por áreas rurais apresentando espetáculos ou fazendo palestras, utilizando para tal fim, os celeiros, estábulos ou outros locais disponíveis
English - Russian - barnstorm Pronunciation
г. гастролировать в провинции, играть на публику, выступать с речами
English - Turkish - barnstorm Pronunciation
f. taşra turnesine çıkmak, taşrada konser vermek
English - Ukrainian - barnstorm Pronunciation
v. гастролювати в провінції, виступати з промовами на місцевих зборах
English - Dutch - barnstorm Pronunciation
ww. acterend rondtrekken
English - Greek - barnstorm Pronunciation
ουσ. ψηφοθηρώ μεταξύ των αγροτών
English - Arabic - barnstorm Pronunciation
‏قام بحملة سياسية‏
‏طاف فى المناطق الريفية‏
English - Chinese - barnstorm Pronunciation
(动) 作巡回演出; 作演说旅行
English - Chinese - barnstorm Pronunciation
(動) 作巡迴演出; 作演說旅行
English - Japanese - barnstorm Pronunciation
(動) 地方巡業をする; 地方遊説をする


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Dictionary Extension
Verb forms for barnstorm
Present participle: barnstorming
Present: barnstorm (3.person: barnstorms)
Past: barnstormed
Future: will barnstorm
Present conditional: would barnstorm
Present Perfect: have barnstormed (3.person: has barnstormed)
Past Perfect: had barnstormed
Future Perfect: will have barnstormed
Past conditional: would have barnstormed