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  1. deck

    • IPA[dek]

    美式

    • n.
      a structure of planks or plates, approximately horizontal, extending across a ship or boat at any of various levels, especially one of those at the highest level and open to the weather;a floor or platform resembling or compared to a ship's deck, especially the floor of a pier or a platform for sunbathing.
    • v.
      decorate or adorn brightly or festively;knock (someone) to the ground with a punch
    • verb: deck, 3rd person present: decks, gerund or present participle: decking, past tense: decked, past participle: decked

    • noun: deck, plural noun: decks

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    • 1. a structure of planks or plates, approximately horizontal, extending across a ship or boat at any of various levels, especially one of those at the highest level and open to the weather he stood on the deck of his flagship
    • a floor or platform resembling or compared to a ship's deck, especially the floor of a pier or a platform for sunbathing.
    • a platform, typically made of lumber and unroofed, attached to a house or other building they cooked hamburgers on the deck adjoining the living room
    • a level of a large, open building, especially a sports stadium Jeter hit an enormous home run into the upper deck
    • informal the ground or floor there was a big thud when I hit the deck
    • the flat part of a skateboard or snowboard.
    • 2. a component or unit in sound-reproduction equipment that incorporates a playing or recording mechanism for discs or tapes the car has cruise control and a tape deck
    • a set of two or more record decks connected to sound mixing equipment, used by a DJ every serious DJ needs a set of decks
    • 3. North American a pack of cards shuffle the deck
    • North American informal a packet of narcotics.

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