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mess hall

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Army, Food
mess hallˈmess hall noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š PMADFa large room where soldiers eat
Examples from the Corpus
mess hallβ€’ I bumped into him by accident at the compound mess hall.β€’ Eventually, because the mess hall would close, they allowed my commands to get through.β€’ He joined every other prisoner in the mess hall for breakfast each morning at six-thirty.β€’ I found the officers already assembled at one of the long tables in the mess hall.β€’ In the mess hall I had orange juice, cereal, ham and eggs and coffee.β€’ The water was delivered to the mess hall.β€’ Then it was double time to the mess hall, and chin-ups and push-ups outside.
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