bunker, sand trap, trapnoun
a hazard on a golf course
a large container for storing fuel
"the ship's bunkers were full of coal"
a fortification of earth; mostly or entirely below ground
hit a golf ball into a bunker
fill (a ship's bunker) with coal or oil
transfer cargo from a ship to a warehouse
A hardened shelter, often buried partly or fully underground, designed to protect the inhabitants from falling bombs or other attacks.
A large container or bin for storing coal, often built outside in the yard of a house. Now rare, as different types of fuels and energy sources are being used.
A container for storing coal or fuel oil for a ship's engine.
A sand-filled hollow on a golf course.
An obstacle used to block an opposing player's view and field of fire.
To load a vessel with oil or coal for the engine.
To hit a golfball into a bunker.
To fire constantly at a hiding opponent, preventing them from firing at other players and trapping them behind the barrier. This can also refer to eliminating an opponent behind cover by rushing the position and firing at extremely close range as the player becomes exposed.
a sort of chest or box, as in a window, the lid of which serves for a seat
a large bin or similar receptacle; as, a coal bunker
A bunker is a defensive military fortification designed to protect the inhabitants from falling bombs or other attacks. Bunkers are mostly below ground, compared to blockhouses which are mostly above ground. They were used extensively in World War I, World War II, and the Cold War for weapons facilities, command and control centers, and storage facilities. Bunkers can also be used as protection from tornadoes. Trench bunkers are small concrete structures, partly dug into the ground. Many artillery installations, especially for coastal artillery, have historically been protected by extensive bunker systems. Typical industrial bunkers include mining sites, food storage areas, dumps for materials, data storage, and sometimes living quarters. When a house is purpose-built with a bunker, the normal location is a reinforced below-ground bathroom with fibre-reinforced plastic shells. Bunkers deflect the blast wave from nearby explosions to prevent ear and internal injuries to people sheltering in the bunker. Nuclear bunkers must also cope with the underpressure that lasts for several seconds after the shock wave passes, and block radiation. A bunker's doors must be at least as strong as the walls. In bunkers inhabited for prolonged periods, large amounts of ventilation or air conditioning must be provided. Bunkers can be destroyed with powerful explosives and bunkerbusting warheads. The crew of a pillbox can be killed with flamethrowers.
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For stowing coal in steamers. Cellular spaces on each side which deliver the coal to the engine-room.--Wing-bunkers below the decks, cutting off the angular side-spaces of the hold, and hatched over, are usually filled with sand, holy-stones, brooms, junk-blocks, &c., saving stowage.
The numerical value of Bunker in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of Bunker in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Your father or grandfather's bunker was not very comfortable.
No, links courses are just how they are, their defense is the bunker, so for me it's all about just navigating the bunkers ... if you can stay out of the bunkers this week, I think you're going to do pretty well.
He was nipping every ball so perfectly and playing great bunker shots and everything, i said that to someone,' I think he's going to have a good week,' and he ended up winning.
It was right under bunker number six that the iceberg tore the biggest hole in the Titanic.
We have been training the operators in proper bunker management and segregation, preventive maintenance, as well as to ensure that heating temperature is in accordance with engine maker's specifications, we do have concerns which is why we're now in a trial period where our own fleet is starting to burn LSFO.
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- бункер, пясъчникBulgarian
- carbonera, búnquerCatalan, Valencian
- καυσιμαποθήκη, οχυρό, καταφύγιοGreek
- bunkkeri, hiekkaesteFinnish
- トーチカ, バンカーJapanese
- 엄폐호, 벙커, 토치카Korean
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