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Noun: bunker  búng-ku(r)
  1. A hazard on a golf course
    - sand trap, trap
  2. A large container for storing fuel
    "the ship's bunkers were full of coal"
  3. A fortification of earth; mostly or entirely below ground
    - dugout
Verb: bunker  búng-ku(r)
  1. Hit a golf ball into a bunker
  2. Fill (a ship's bunker) with coal or oil
  3. Transfer cargo from a ship to a warehouse

Derived forms: bunkered, bunkering, bunkers

Type of: container, fortification, fuel, hazard, hit, munition, shift, transfer

Part of: golf course, links course

Encyclopedia: Bunker, Missouri