Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Locker"

The meaning of "Locker" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does locker room culture mean?
A: "Locker room culture" refers to the way certain men, particularly those in sports, will behave n the men's locker room where there are no women present. It is typically very masculine, very assertive/aggressive, with rude jokes. Think football clubs. So the reference refers to a culture where men are being very assertively masculine around each other and demeaning towards women.
Q: What does do a locker search mean?
A: I think this is referring to a school setting! Sometimes, schools will do locker searches, where they check the students' lockers. This is usually meant to search for illegal drugs.
Q: What does locker mean?
A: A locker is a small cabinet (often metal) that can be locked.

For example, you might find these at sports clubs so you can store your normal clothes while working out; you take the key with you.

They keep casual thieves away from your belongings but they are not super sturdy (unlike a real safe) and someone could break the door open with a crowbar or metal tool/rod.
Q: What does He pushed off the locker. mean?
A: Tomo impulso del locker.

Example sentences using "Locker"

Q: Please show me example sentences with locker.
A: 1) The pupil/student put his textbooks in his (school) locker;

2) The pupil/student put his school clothes in a (gym) locker before joining his classmates on the football pitch.

Synonyms of "Locker" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between locker room and changing room ?
A: A changing room may not necessarily have lockers. For example, if you go to a store and want to try on some clothing you’d go into a changing room.
Q: What is the difference between a locker and a closet and a cupboard ?
A: A locker is a storage space where one may include a lock so only you can access it.
A closet is a storage space where clothes are generally stored.
A cupboard is a storage space where food and dishware is stored.
Q: What is the difference between a locker and a wardrobe ?
A: A wardrobe is normally just for clothes whereas a locker is for school supplies or other things

Translations of "Locker"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The locker to storage packages bought on the internet.
A: A secure locker location for storage of online purchases
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what do you say about the locker in club? locker box? storage box?
A: In what club? A locker is a locker. It might be called a lock box.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? It is in the locker room and can be used to put some private items.
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Locker"

Q: To open the locker, turn the key clockwise once and counterclockwise twice. Does this sound natural?
A: Natural and clear.

Excellent sentence!
Q: When you leave a locker, please be sure to rock. Does this sound natural?
A: Be sure to lock the locker when you leave.
Q: There are usually some lockers at the stations, so you can leave your stuff in one of them. Does this sound natural?
A: Sounds natural
Q: About a locker room in a hot spring:
I would like you to correct this to more natural English please.
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You hand a staff member the key to the shoe rack, and pay the admission fee at a front desk which is near the entrance and borrow a locker key.

You can bring less than 30 liter size of backpack in the locker room, if the locker for the size is not full.
If the locker is full or your backpack is larger, the staff member will guide you to a space outside the building to keep it. However, you should bring your valuables into the locker. Does this sound natural?
A: I would write "at the front desk" instead of "at a front desk". Also, you don't measure a backpack size by litres; describing it with words like small, medium, large is good enough
Q: It looks like there's the locker room for employees in the back of this room.
従業員用の更衣室はこの奥にあるみたい。 Does this sound natural?
A: In the back of the room indicates in the same room but in the rear. The sentence is Ok but since back can mean "behind" and "in the rear" confusion could occur.

The entrance to the locker room is in the back of the room. Perhaps the clearest way to say this is: It looks like there is a locker room for employees, through the door at the back of this room.

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