bunk (up) together

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bunk (up) together

To share a room, bed, or other sleeping space with another person. You two will need to bunk together because we weren't able to reserve enough hotel rooms for everyone. I'll never forget the motley crew I bunked up together with at camp that summer.
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bunk (up) together

[for two or more people] to share a bed, a bedroom, or a tent. Shall we bunk together? My tent is big and you can bunk up with me.
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They are bunking together, we are trying to get … relief supplies to them first thing tomorrow morning," he said, adding that it would take months or years to restore some level of normalcy to the island.
Instead, they were bunking together in a hut, taking freezing baths in the local river and popping malaria pills every day.
They spent two years bunking together as POWs with their every waking moment dominated by two thoughts.
The two, who spent two years bunking together as POWs in a German camp, reunited for Memorial Day.
Strangely, the timing of the debut of ``Camp Pacific,'' the 30-minute film that explores the conflicts and prejudices among Arab and Israeli teens bunking together at a California summer camp, is hauntingly prophetic.