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Translation of "bunk" - English-Spanish dictionary

bunk

noun   /bʌŋk/
( also bunk bed) one of two beds attached together, one on top of the other litera The twins sleep in bunk beds. Can I sleep in the top bunk?807
a narrow bed that is attached to a wall, especially in a boat or a train litera 807
(Definition of bunk from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bunk

noun /baŋk/
a sleeping-berth in a ship’s cabin. litera
(also bunk bed) two small beds that are joined together, with one above the other Llitera
(Definition of bunk from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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