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strongroom

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstrongroomstrong‧room /ˈstrɒŋruːm, -rʊm $ ˈstrɒːŋ-/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 BFa special room in a bank, shop etc where valuable objects can be kept safely
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strongroomIn 1976, thirty-six boxes were returned and are now kept in a strongroom in the archbishop's palace at Padua.You need to open up a locked strongroom, and to do this you must retrieve some 5 keys.The robbers then used computer key-codes to open the strongroom, and packed the 200 million francs into bags.The robbers opened the strongroom and packed the cash into bags.
From Longman Business Dictionarystrongroomstrong‧room /ˈstrɒŋrʊm, -ruːmˈstrɒːŋ-/ noun [countable]BANKING a special room in a bank, shop etc where valuable objects can be kept safelyThe property deeds are usually kept with a bank or in a solicitor’s strongroom.
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