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13:40 Feb 17, 2006
German to English translations [PRO] Law/Patents - Law (general) / interview of suspect
German term or phrase:bunkern
Wer hat sie seinerseit direkt angesprochen ob sie fuer MB bunkern wollen? Angesprochen hat mich SB, ob ich fuer M was tun will.
For whose eyes is this interview/translation intended, Stephanie?
13:49 Feb 17, 2006
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(to) bunker; (to) store
Explanation: It's kind of hard to tell exactly what is meant, but apparently the person being interrogated was asked by SB to keep/store something for MB.
I'd go with the first definition below. ;-)
"Main Entry: bunker
Inflected Form(s): bun·kered; bun·ker·ing /-k(&-)ri[ng]/
intransitive senses : to fill a ship's bunker with coal or oil
1 : to place or store in a bunker
2 : to hit (a golf ball or shot) into a bunker"