bunkroom

[buhngk-room ‐room]
noun
temporary sleeping quarters, especially for travelers.
Also, bunk-room.
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Another: a soldier strumming an acoustic guitar in the crude concrete bunkroom of a police compound.
The bunkroom upstairs provides additional sleeping quarters.
Each bunkroom is provided with a smoke detector, and both are interconnected.
Specifically, the curved deck creates the internal space needed for the crew's bunkroom.
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