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bunk in Furniture topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbunkbunk1 /bʌŋk/ noun  1 [countable]TTTTTW a narrow bed that is attached to the wall, for example on a train or ship2 (also bunk bed) [often plural]DHF one of two beds that are attached together, one on top of the other3 do a bunk4 [uncountable] informalUNTRUE nonsense syn bunkum What a load of bunk!
Examples from the Corpus
bunkWe were ready to do a bunk.By the way, the main cabin with the double bunk is Fen's.During the night I wake to dash the two yards from bunk to bathroom.The men lay on the bunks, all but one.