Definition of locker
- a meat locker
the enlisted man usually stored his uniform in his locker at the foot of his bed
a down-at-the heels health club where most of the lockers look to be unusable
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: a cupboard or cabinet that has a door which can be locked and that is used to store personal items (such as books, clothes, shoes, etc.)
: a cold room in which fresh or frozen foods are stored
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