- a trench that is dug and roofed over as a shelter for troops；an underground air-raid or nuclear shelter.
noun: dugout, plural noun: dugouts
- 1. a trench that is dug and roofed over as a shelter for troops the German gun crews kept in their dugouts
- ▪ an underground air-raid or nuclear shelter.
- ▪ a low shelter at the side of a sports field for a team's coaches and substitutes.
- 2. a canoe made from a hollowed tree trunk.
- a shelter that is dug in the ground and roofed over, especially one used by troops in warfare: the German gun crews kept in their dugouts
Oxford American Dictionary
Jason Giambi 得到洋基第二分後, 便在選手休息區內慶祝. Jason Giambi 在選手休息區慶祝為洋基隊所得到的第二分. 2006-08-25 10:37:07 補充： dugout 一般是被稱為 獨木舟但是在棒球賽中, 被用為 "選手休息處"
on deck 就是你是下一個出賽的 in the hole 就是你是下一個 on deck 的人 2005-06-05 16:51:29 補充： Because that guy is usually waiting in the dugout, it's a hole, isn't it? :p
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