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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When she wasn't bunking down in a hostel, she found herself sofasurfing with friends.
Those who made the journey to the festival -- sometimes traveling long distances or bunking down in shared accommodation to keep expenses down -- clearly believe in the festival's importance.
And doesn't what opponents have dubbed the "guns everywhere" bill make talent think twice about committing to a project that requires bunking down in Georgia for months, even years?
After their return to the UK, John had visited family in Liverpool, bunking down on their sofa, and regaling his teenage sisters with stories about The Beatles' Stateside experiences.
Couchsurfers tend to be young, they tend to be travelling the world, and they tend not to mind bunking down on someone's sofa or spare bed.
Instead I chose to experience life in the Kumaon region by actually bunking down in local homes.
It's a good gig for the officers involved, especially when they're bunking down in pounds 5100-a-night rooms and cavorting in hot tubs and on billiard tables with naked blondes.
And after bunking down on the B1022, the couple have been told it could be eight weeks before they get rehoused.
And it's not too bad returning to your well-sprung bed in a private log cabin, rather than bunking down next to your horse in the stable.
Bunking down in the hay and persuading the farmer to spare them the odd crust of bread or a handful of windfalls.
WHILE many expatriates made a break for the airport, others were bunking down to stay until the situation becomes more clear.
The three-year-old spent three cold weeks hunting for food, nursing her wounds, and bunking down on farmland, before she was seen lurking by a gun-toting farmer.
Both have been wearing the same uniform they put on last Friday morning, have had only two showers, and have been bunking down in Red Cross shelters, schools, town Department of Public Works garages, and "anywhere and everywhere," said Spc.