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dugout

noun [C] (SHELTER) 掩護     /ˈdʌɡ.aʊt/
a shelter, usually for soldiers, made by digging a hole in the ground and covering it (通常為士兵用的)防空洞,地下掩體 Safe and enclosed spaces
a shelter for the members of a team at the side of a sports field (運動場邊的)隊員座席 Sports venues
(Definition of dugout noun (SHELTER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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