Definition of 'dungeon'
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Example sentences containing 'dungeon'
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I went out after her- and found we'd stepped straight into a medieval dungeon. NIGHT SISTERS (2003)But now his home had become a dungeon, where the gaoler had once been his to command and ignore. MR GOLIGHTLY'S HOLIDAY (2003)Whitlock and Sabrina were in the dungeon furthest from the stairs. CODE BREAKER (2003)
Trends of 'dungeon'
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Translations for 'dungeon'
British English: dungeon /ˈdʌndʒən/ NOUN
A dungeon is a dark underground prison in a castle.
- American English: dungeon
- Arabic: سَجْنٌ تـَحْتَ الَأرْض
- Brazilian Portuguese: masmorra
- Chinese: 地牢
- Croatian: tamnica
- Czech: žalář
- Danish: fangekælder
- Dutch: kerker
- European Spanish: mazmorra
- Finnish: vankiluola
- French: donjon
- German: Kerker
- Greek: μπουντρούμι
- Italian: prigione sotterranea
- Japanese: 地下牢
- Korean: 지하 감옥
- Norwegian: fangehull
- Polish: loch
- European Portuguese: masmorra
- Romanian: temniță
- Russian: темница
- Spanish: mazmorra
- Swedish: fängelsehåla
- Thai: คุกใต้ดินในปราสาท
- Turkish: zindan
- Ukrainian: темниця
- Vietnamese: ngục tối
Definition of dungeon from the Collins English Dictionary
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