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bulk·head / ˈbəlkˌhed/ • n. a dividing wall or barrier between compartments in a ship, aircraft, or other vehicle.

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bulkhead

bulkhead upright partition in a ship XV; roof of a stall XVIII. f. †bulk stall (- ON. bálkr partition, etc.) + HEAD.

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bulkhead

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