bunker

  1. a hazard on a golf course
  2. a fortification of earth; mostly or entirely below ground

bunker

A refrigerated, open display case used to merchandise products, primarily in frozen food and dairy departments.
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bunker

[n] - a fortification of earth 2. [n] - a hazard on a golf course 3. [v] - fill a ship`s bunker with coal or oil 4. [v] - transfer cargo form a ship to a warehouse 5. [v] - hit a golf ball into a bunker
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Bunker

Bun'ker noun [ Scot. bunker , bunkart , a bench, or low chest, serving for a seat. Confer Bunk , Bank , Bench .] 1. A sort of chest or box, as in a window, the lid of which serves for a seat. [ Scot.] Jamieson. 2. A large bin or similar rece...
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Bunker

Bun'ker transitive verb (Golf) To drive (the ball) into a bunker.
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bunker

sand trap noun a hazard on a golf course
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bunker

noun a fortification of earth; mostly or entirely below ground
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Bunker

• (n.) A sort of chest or box, as in a window, the lid of which serves for a seat. • (n.) A large bin or similar receptacle; as, a coal bunker. • (v. t.) To drive (the ball) into a bunker. • (n.) A small sand hole or pit, as on a golf course. • (n.) Hence, any rough hazardous ground on the links; also, an artificial hazard ...
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bunker

(from the article `golf`) ...not characterized by deep and tangled rough and when inland make effective use of trees. At strategic places along the preferred line to the hole ...
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bunker

bunker 1. An underground shelter, especially one built for troops, with a fortified gun position above ground. 2. A sand-filled hollow on a golf course, built as a hazard. 3. A fuel-storage container on a ship. 4. A large outdoor bin or chest. 5. Etymology: from Scottish, 'seat, bench', possibly a variant of banker, 'bench' (1677).
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Bunker

[Berlin] The Bunker (also Reichsbahnbunker) in Berlin-Mitte is a listed air-raid shelter. Originally based on plans of the architect Karl Bonatz, it was constructed in 1943 by Nazi Germany to shelter up to 3,000 Reichsbahn train passengers. The square building has an area of 1000 m² and is 18 metres high; its walls are up to two metres thi...
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Bunker

(Sometimes called Bunker Silo) A flat rectangular structure with concrete floors and walls used to ensile and store forages.
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Bunker

Less sophisticated observation area than a blockhouse. Generally has overhead protection to qualify as a bunker.
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Bunker

Hazard made up of a sand-filled hole.
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bunker

A depression in bare ground that is usually covered with sand. Also called a "sand trap". It is considered a hazard under the Rules of Golf.
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Bunker

Filled in with sand, bunker is either a hole or depression and is categorized as a hazard.
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Bunker

A hazard filled by sand or grass that is placed where a fairway shot may end (by a green or driving distance from the tee). You are not allowed to practice swing or ground your club in a bunker.
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Bunker

See Menhaden.
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Bunker

A bunker is a defensive military fortification designed to protect people or valued materials 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...
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Bunker

Less sophisticated observation area than a blockhouse. Generally has overhead protection to qualify
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Bunker

A depression in the ground usually (but not always) filled with sand
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