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locker

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Sport, Food
lockerlock‧er /ˈlɒkə $ ˈlɑːkər/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 locker.jpg DSDCa small cupboard with a lock in a school, sports building, office etc, where you can leave clothes or possessions while you do something2 American EnglishDF a very cold room used for storing food in a restaurant or factory a meat locker
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lockerWould a big eighth-grader shove me into a locker?An attractive black dressed at the adjacent locker.He took the steel key and inserted it into locker forty-seven.In the daytime Mr Garner would rush off alone to repair a meat locker or an ice cream freezer.All the contents of my locker had been tipped into a blanket.Privately, some express worries about the effect of picking transsexuals on locker room morale.Put any valuables out of sight, preferably in a strong locker with a secure padlock.He spent the entire fourth quarter in the locker room.
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