English version

redoubt

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishredoubtre‧doubt /rɪˈdaʊt/ noun [countable] formal  a small hidden place, for example where soldiers hide themselves when they are fighting
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redoubtWell-concealed redoubts were guarded by a triple barrier of barbed wire, fifty yards deep.Enemy redoubts were strewn with booby traps as a matter of course.The redoubt of the Seven Pines is surrounded, and its defenders die bravely..
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