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búnker also: bunker
Pronunciation: / ˈbuŋker /

Translation of búnker in English:

sustantivo masculino plural -kers

  • 2
    (España) (grupo reaccionario)
    reactionary faction
    el búnker fascista
    the last redoubt of fascism
    el búnker médico
    the conservative o reactionary element of the medical establishment
Example sentences
  • Según Ben Ali, podrían estar retenidos en búnkeres subterráneos.
  • Los equipos y construcciones de búnkeres para su implementación tuvieron una inversión de 5 millones 500 mil dólares.
  • La cueva funcionó como búnker nuclear durante la Guerra Fría.

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