- Смотри рудный двор.
Энциклопедический словарь по металлургии. — М.: Интермет Инжиниринг. Главный редактор Н.П. Лякишев. 2000.
stockyard — stock‧yard [ˈstɒkjɑːd ǁ ˈstɑːkjɑːrd] noun [countable] a place where cattle etc are delivered so that they can be sold, sent to an Abattoir (= place where animals are killed for their meat) etc: • Deliveries of cattle to Argentina s biggest… … Financial and business terms
stockyard — [stäk′yärd΄] n. 1. an enclosure for stock on a farm ☆ 2. an enclosure with pens, sheds, etc. where cattle, hogs, sheep, or horses are kept temporarily before slaughtering or shipment usually used in pl … English World dictionary
Stockyard — A stockyard is an enclosure for the keeping of livestock. In the United States, stockyards are regulated by the Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration. They are sometimes associated with slaughterhouses.Some stockyards include:… … Wikipedia
stockyard — noun Date: 1756 a yard for stock; specifically one in which transient cattle, sheep, swine, or horses are kept temporarily for slaughter, market, or shipping … New Collegiate Dictionary
stockyard — /stok yahrd /, n. 1. an enclosure with pens, sheds, etc., connected with a slaughterhouse, railroad, market, etc., for the temporary housing of cattle, sheep, swine, or horses. 2. a yard for livestock. [1795 1805; STOCK + YARD2] * * * … Universalium
stockyard — noun An enclosed yard, with pens, sheds etc. or stables, where livestock is kept temporarily before being slaughtered, treated, sold, or shipped etc … Wiktionary
stockyard — Смотри шихтовый двор … Энциклопедический словарь по металлургии
stockyard — stock|yard [ˈstɔkja:d US ˈsta:kja:rd] n a place where cattle, sheep etc are kept before being taken to a market and sold … Dictionary of contemporary English
stockyard — stock|yard [ stak,jard ] noun count a place where animals are kept before they are sold or killed for meat … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
stockyard — n. enclosure in which livestock are temporarily kept until slaughtered or sold … English contemporary dictionary