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strongbox

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstrongboxstrong‧box /ˈstrɒŋbɒks $ ˈstrɒːŋbɑːks/ noun [countable]  BFa box, usually made of metal, that can be locked and that valuable things are kept in syn safe
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strongboxHerman put the money in a strongbox under the bar, then moved two couples away from a table.We also had with us an immensely heavy steel strongbox which contained enormous quantities of devalued lire.I missed seeing Slim and his men swoop down on the car and rob us of the strongbox in the trunk.Into it he poured the dollar bills, then returned the strongbox to the chimney, carefully latching the door closed again.
From Longman Business Dictionarystrongboxstrong‧box /ˈstrɒŋbɒksˈstrɒːŋbɑːks/ noun [countable] a box, usually made of metal, that can be locked and is used for keeping valuable things in, for example in a bank or shop
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