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dungeon

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈdʌn.dʒən/
Translations of “dungeon”
in Arabic سِجْن تَحْت الأَرْض…
in Korean 지하 감옥…
in Malaysian penjara bawah tanah…
in French cachot (souterrain)…
in Turkish zindan…
in Italian prigione sotterranea…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指城堡中的)地牢…
in Russian темница…
in Polish loch…
in Vietnamese hầm tối…
in Spanish calabozo, mazmorra…
in Portuguese calabouço, masmorra…
in Thai คุกใต้ดิน…
in German das Burgverlies…
in Catalan masmorra…
in Japanese 地下牢(ろう)…
in Indonesian penjara bawah tanah…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指城堡中的)地牢…
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