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  1. decked

    • IPA[dɛkt]

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    • adj.
      (of a vessel, vehicle, or other structure) having a number of floors or decks;(of a garden or other area attached to a house) having a timber platform or terrace
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    • 1. (of a vessel, vehicle, or other structure) having a number of floors or decks:

      a decked car park

      a two-decked ship

    • 2. (of a garden or other area attached to a house) having a timber platform or terrace:

      the master bedroom leads on to a decked balcony

      a decked patio

    • n.
      a floor of a ship, especially the upper, open level extending for the full length of the vessel:
    • he stood on the deck of his flagship

      the lower decks

    • v.
      decorate or adorn brightly or festively:
    • Ingrid was decked out in her Sunday best

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    • 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:
    • he stood on the deck of his flagship
    • v.
      decorate or adorn brightly or festively:
    • Ingrid was decked out in her Sunday best

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    • adj.
      situated in the space below the main deck of a ship:
    • the sleeping quarters were below decks
    • adv.
      in or into the space below the main deck of a ship:
    • nuclear weapons stored below decks
    • plural
      the space below the main deck of a ship:
    • her belowdecks were crammed with electronics

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    • adj.
      situated in the space below the main deck of a ship:
    • the sleeping quarters were below decks
    • adv.
      in or into the space below the main deck of a ship:
    • nuclear weapons stored below decks
    • plural
      the space below the main deck of a ship:
    • her belowdecks were crammed with electronics

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    • n. a deck of cards which has been dishonestly arranged beforehand.

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    • n. the deck of a ship situated immediately above the hold.

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    • n. a deck on a ship on which guns are placed.

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    • n. the cockpit of a large aircraft.

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    • IPA[dekt]

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    • adj.
      (of a vessel, vehicle, or other structure) having a number of floors or decks:
    • a two-decked ship

      a decked parking garage

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