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The risk is that it will look like a fortress from the outside and an underground bunker indoors. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Now it seems the youngsters have been held in a concrete bunker all this time. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You must be careful with the drive to avoid two menacing bunkers to the right. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It began with a blocked drive into a bunker. Times, Sunday Times (2014)No bunkers but still one of the most testing holes. The Sun (2016)The only hole on the course without a bunker. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Underneath the complex is a rabbit run of underground tunnels and bunkers. The Sun (2011)You know how people who know golf say the bunker shot is the easiest shot? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Tours of the park outside with a bunker in the grounds. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Drive straight or slightly to the right to avoid bunkers on the left of the fairway. The Sun (2016)Fire in coal bunker number six. Titanic - Destination disaster (1987)But it doesn't last long as his next drive finds the bunker. The Sun (2011)He hit it down the left, it ran on 80 yards and finished in a bunker. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Most of the tiny bits of jigsaw on show here survived accidentally, cemented into the walls as rubble, dropped into coal bunkers and forgotten. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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British English: bunker NOUN
A bunker is a place, usually underground, that has been built with strong walls to protect it against heavy gunfire and bombing.
...an extensive network of fortified underground bunkers.
Definition of bunker from the Collins English Dictionary
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