Definition of 'locker'
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Example sentences containing 'locker'
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They told me how the locker room became a hospital as they were treating the injured fans. The Sun (2016)Where possible, use secure ski lockers or boot rooms in hotels and chalets. The Sun (2016)Lorry containers with luggage lockers inside will be deployed to safely store the belongings of people entering the security zones for the firework display. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We already had pictures of him in our locker and team room and we'll add a few more. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Sorry, that's locker room talk. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Texas, greets all of his players before a game with a peck on the cheek and preaches a creed of brotherly love in the locker room. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It has taken five years since his international debut with much frustration, head scratching, beer drinking and locker punching along the way. The Sun (2016)It comes with a magnetic strip for attaching to fridges and school lockers. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They show the matches in the locker room and that is good. The Sun (2010)Are there any luggage locker facilities in the city or the airport? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Somewhere in a storage locker are suitcases. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He was on a final warning after having pepper spray in a personal locker last year. The Sun (2016)Police forced open the locker after passengers complained of a smell. The Sun (2014)Back in the locker room he is sprayed with champagne. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In his haste he failed to pass on his key to the locker which held the binoculars. The Sun (2009)He also sent up a key for his locker where he had left his mobile phone and wallet. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Save it for the locker room. Christianity Today (2000)He is in the locker room at Medinah around noon on the first morning. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He's in the locker room after the game. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Everyone in the locker room knows this and talks about it '. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I often buy things and hide them in my locker at work. The Sun (2008)Rubber bracelets like you had to wear around your wrist with your locker key on, to go swimming with school. Times, Sunday Times (2010)So many towels have gone missing that gym users are now being asked to hand over their membership cards in return for a towel and locker key. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I've always said it was like walking into a rugby club locker room. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I've spoken to him since punching the locker and it was really helpful. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This works well for me because I have a locker at work and showers to change. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It was stolen from his home in 2000, before being found in a storage locker earlier this year. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'locker'
British English: locker /ˈlɒkə/ NOUN
A locker is a small cupboard for someone's personal belongings, for example in a changing room.
- American English: locker
- Arabic: خَزَانَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: armário com chave
- Chinese: 锁柜
- Croatian: ormarić pod ključem
- Czech: uzamykatelná skříňka
- Danish: skab
- Dutch: kluisje
- European Spanish: taquilla armario
- Finnish: lukollinen kaappi
- French: casier
- German: Schließfach
- Greek: φοριαμός
- Italian: armadietto
- Japanese: ロッカー
- Korean: 로커
- Norwegian: låsbart skap
- Polish: schowek
- European Portuguese: armário com chave
- Romanian: dulap
- Russian: запирающийся шкафчик
- Spanish: taquilla armario individual
- Swedish: förvaringsskåp
- Thai: ตู้
- Turkish: kilitli dolap
- Ukrainian: шафка з замком
- Vietnamese: tủ có khóa
Definition of locker from the Collins English Dictionary
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