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A bunker is a defensive military fortification.
Bunker may also refer to:
- A kitchen worktop in Eastern parts of Scotland.
- Bunker (golf), a depression near a green or fairway that is usually filled with sand.
- 'Bunkering' refers to the storage and supply of fuel oil to maritime vessels; the fuel oil is itself known as 'bunkers'.
- Bunker is an alternative name (coined word) of barge ships
- International aviation and maritime greenhouse gas emissions are sometimes referred to as emissions from 'bunkers'
- Bunker, the fuel (usually coal) container on a steam tank locomotive or ship, or a chamber in a building for furnace coal
- Búnker refers to a faction of far-right francoists in the period of Spanish democratic transition
- A species of fish, see Bunker or Atlantic menhaden
- Los Bunkers, Chilean alternative rock band
- The Bunker (book), a 1975 history book about the last days of Hitler
- The Bunker (1981 film), a film based on the 1975 book
- The Bunker (2001 film), horror film featuring Jason Flemying
- Bunkers, a song by The Vapors on their album New Clear Days
- Búnker, a far-right faction during the Spanish transition to democracy
- Archie Bunker, Carroll O'Connor's character on All in the Family
- Berkeley L. Bunker, American Senator and Representative
- Bunker Roy, Indian social activist
- Chang and Eng Bunker, Siamese twins
- Clive Bunker, drummer
- Edith Bunker, another character from All in the Family
- Edward Bunker, writer
- Edward Bunker (Mormon pioneer)
- Ellsworth Bunker, American diplomat
- Gloria Stivic (née Bunker), from All in the Family
- Mark Bunker, television producer
- Max Bunker, Italian comic book artist
- Wally Bunker (born 1945), former Major League Baseball pitcher
- Bunker, Character in Teen Titans, DC Comics super-hero character
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