bunk down (for the night)

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bunk down (for the night)

To go to bed. It's time for the kids to bunk down for the night. Janet was so tired after her trip that she bunked down as soon as she got home.
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bunk down (for the night)

to bed down for the night; to go to bed. Where are you going to bunk down for the night? I'm tired and ready to bunk down.
See also: bunk, down
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Other people bunked down in a Lac La Biche high school, its gym converted to a used-clothing station for the evacuees.
Meanwhile, the Reyeses bunked down and lived it up in Phuket, Thailand, staying in a well-appointed villa and driving around in a sports utility vehicle.
Our instrument repair group was bunked down for the night inside a three- or four-story building when a friend of mine in another unit came in and asked me to take his place on guard duty, as he was sick.
com)-- It happened in April 1947 on a legendary train called "The Capitol Limited," as two men bunked down for the night for the trip back to Washington.
The dining area converted into a slightly smaller double bed where the children happily bunked down at night.
There was no such thing as an Olympic village either and we just bunked down with local families and did the best that we could to get by.
In the 1970s, my mate spent some of her college days bunked down in an octagonal room fitted with an Adams fireplace, umpteen marble busts and Wedgewood blue and white paintwork.
In Dubai they have bunked down on mats in Jebel Ali Port, outside Ibn Battuta Mall and a covered car park in Sharjah among other places, washing in malls when possible.
Changes were promised under the new SNP roads supremo, ex-Royal Marine Keith Brown, who even bunked down in transport HQ to oversee matters as conditions deteriorated before Christmas.
Due to regular engine trouble the elite passengers often had to stay the night and Che Guevara found himself on a pub crawl in Limerick while screen icon Katherine Hepburn's bunked down in a wooden chalet near the runway as there were no hotels in the area.
But on this evidence, we could have bunked down with any of the airport staff, provided we didn't object to their constantly giving my daughter Elora things to say - and then laughing uproariously at the result.
I bunked down there one night - and ended up staying for three years.
Next stop: New York City, where they bunked down in a luxury hotel before heading across the Hudson River to face the New Jersey Nets tonight.
Sacred Heart Medical Center workers bunked down in hotels to ensure they could make it to work the next day, while the Oregon Department of Transportation, Lane County and the cities of Eugene and Springfield put emergency plans into action, racking up costs as the surprise storm dropped about 5 inches of snow on the valley floor.
WHEN old jazzmen rolled into town eager to reminisce, they often bunked down at the home of the tall man with the thick grey hair and dry humour, who blew his cornet at perfect pitch on that celebrated night, more than 50 years ago, when the Cavern Club opened in Liverpool.