(formerly) the basement rooms usually used by servants, as servants’ quarters, kitchen, and laundry room.
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(formerly) at or in the basement of a large house, considered as the place where the servants live and work
locality in NW Germany: site of Nazi concentration camp during World War II. noun a village in NE Germany: with Bergen, the site of a Nazi concentration camp (1943–45)
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a horizontal band or course, as of stone, projecting beyond or flush with the face of a building, often molded and sometimes richly carved.