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  1. bunker

    • IPA[ˈbʌŋkə]

    英式

    • n.
      a large container or compartment for storing fuel;a reinforced underground shelter, typically for use in wartime.
    • v.
      fill the fuel containers of (a ship); refuel.;(of a player) have one's ball lodged in a bunker
    • verb: bunker, 3rd person present: bunkers, gerund or present participle: bunkering, past tense: bunkered, past participle: bunkered

    • noun: bunker, plural noun: bunkers

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. a large container or compartment for storing fuel a coal bunker
    • 2. a reinforced underground shelter, typically for use in wartime.
    • 3. a hollow filled with sand, used as an obstacle on a golf course.

    動詞

    • 1. fill the fuel containers of (a ship); refuel.
    • 2. (of a player) have one's ball lodged in a bunker he was bunkered at the fifth hole
    • hit (the ball) into a bunker he bunkered his second shot
    • British informal cause difficulties to; hinder the progress of he may find his new sporting pursuits bunkered by activities he hadn't planned on
    • 3. take refuge in a bunker or other shelter his family had bunkered down inside their home the former Governor has spent four days bunkered down at Government House