English version

bunker in Military topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbunkerbun‧ker1 /ˈbʌŋkə $ -ər/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 PMa strongly built shelter for soldiers, usually underground2 British EnglishDSG a large hole on a golf course filled with sand syn sand trap American English3 TPGa place where you store coal, especially on a ship or outside a house
Examples from the Corpus
bunkerThe primary edifice, Mandeville Center, is about as inviting as a concrete bunker.Each bunker guard strained intently at the night shadows before him.Trying to power it out he only succeeded in finding a fairway bunker.From the right-hand group of trees, he went into the front left-hand bunker.Given better fortune, shots that bounced off hillocks and into bunkers might have bounced on to greens.Was it a plan to build a last secure bunker in the Lena Valley if Leningrad and Moscow fell to the blitzkrieg?Then they'd have a use for their bunkers.The grass caught his club-head and he hoicked his ball into one of those bunkers.