masculine noun
1. (piece of furniture) 
a. pigeonholes (with open compartments) 
La secretaria coloca la correspondencia en el casillero de profesores.The secretary leaves any correspondence in the staff pigeonholes.
b. set of pigeonholes (with open compartments) 
Detrás del recepcionista había un casillero lleno de llaves.Behind the receptionist, there was a set of pigeonholes full of keys.
c. lockers (with lockable compartments) 
El casillero del instituto se usa para dejar los libros.The lockers at the high school are used for leaving books in.
d. set of lockers (with lockable compartments) 
Este casillero sería perfecto para el vestuario.This set of lockers would be perfect for the locker room.
2. (compartment in piece of furniture) 
a. pigeonhole (open) 
La carta que encontré en mi casillero era anónima.The letter I found in my pigeonhole was anonymous.
b. locker (lockable) 
Pedí un casillero en el gimnasio.I asked for a locker at the gym.
3. (sports) 
En el casillero del estadio San Siro sigue registrándose un empate sin goles.It's still a goalless draw on the scoreboard of the San Siro stadium.
4. (section of form) (River Plate) 
a. box 
Hay que marcar con una X los casilleros que te correspondan.You need to put an X in the boxes that apply to you.
1. (mueble) 
a. set of pigeonholes 
2. (casilla) 
a. pigeonhole 
1 (para cartas) (en oficina) pigeonholes
; (p)
set of pigeonholes;
(en oficina de correos) sorting rack
2 (para equipaje) luggage locker
3 (Fútbol) scorer
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