Definition of strongroom in English:

strongroom

Syllabification: strong·room
Pronunciation: /ˈstrôNGˌro͞om, -ˌro͝om
 
 
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noun

  • A room, typically one in a bank, designed to protect valuable items against fire and theft.
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    • All the robbers then gained access and staff were locked in the records room after the strongroom was unlocked.
    • Haig's bank manager had been warned by telephone to expect a party with valuable goods to be deposited in his strongroom.
    • Aethris is ready in the engineerium, Verdana's out on deck, acting as lookout, and Rakael's in the strongrooms, counting out treasure again.

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