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deck

  

      n  
1      (Nautical)   any of various platforms built into a vessel  
a promenade deck, the poop deck     
2    a similar floor or platform, as in a bus  
3   
a    the horizontal platform that supports the turntable and pick-up of a record player  
b       See       tape deck  
4      (Chiefly U.S.)   a pack of playing cards  
5      (Also called)    pack     (Computing)   a collection of punched cards relevant to a particular program  
6    clear the decks  
Informal   to prepare for action, as by removing obstacles from a field of activity or combat  
7    hit the deck  
Informal  
a    to fall to the floor or ground, esp. in order to avoid injury  
b    to prepare for action  
c    to get out of bed  
      vb   tr  
8    often foll by: out   to dress or decorate  
9    to build a deck on (a vessel)  
10    Slang   to knock (a person) to the floor or ground,   (See also)        deck over  
     (C15: from Middle Dutch dec a covering; related to thatch)  
  decker      n  


boat deck  
      n   the deck of a ship on which the lifeboats are kept  
deck-access  
      adj   (of a block of flats) having a continuous inset balcony at each level onto which the front door of each flat on that level opens  
deck beam  
      n     (Nautical)   a stiffening deck member supported at its extremities by knee connections to frames or bulkheads  
deck bridge  
      n     (Civil engineering)   a bridge with an upper horizontal beam that carries the roadway  
deck chair  
      n   a folding chair for use out of doors, consisting of a wooden frame suspending a length of canvas  
deck crane  
      n     (Nautical)   a deck-mounted crane used for loading and unloading cargo  
deck department  
      n   the part of a ship's crew, from the captain down, concerned with running the ship but not with heavy machinery or catering  
deck hand  
      n  
1    a seaman assigned various duties, such as mooring and cargo handling, on the deck of a ship  
2    (in Britain) a seaman over 17 years of age who has seen sea duty for at least one year  
3    a helper aboard a yacht  
deck officer  
      n   a ship's officer who is part of the deck crew  
deck over  
      vb   tr   to complete the construction of the upper deck between the bulwarks of (a vessel)  
deck shoe  
      n  
1    a rubber-soled leather shoe worn when boating  
2    a casual cloth or soft leather shoe resembling this  
deck tennis  
      n   a game played on board ship in which a quoit is tossed to and fro across a high net on a small court resembling a tennis court  
flight deck  
      n  
1    the crew compartment in an airliner  
   Compare       cockpit       1  
2    the upper deck of an aircraft carrier from which aircraft take off and on which they land  
hurricane deck  
      n   a ship's deck that is covered by a light deck as a sunshade  
lower deck  
      n  
1    the deck of a ship situated immediately above the hold  
2    Informal   the petty officers and seamen of a ship collectively  
main deck  
      n   the uppermost sheltered deck that runs the entire length of a vessel  
poop deck  
      n     (Nautical)   the deck on top of the poop  
promenade deck  
      n   an upper covered deck of a passenger ship for the use of the passengers  
sun deck  
      n  
1    an upper open deck on a passenger ship  
2      (Austral. and N.Z.)   a balcony or deck attached to a house, used for sunbathing  
tape deck  
      n  
1    a tape recording unit in a hi-fi system  
2    the platform supporting the spools, cassettes, or cartridges of a tape recorder, incorporating the motor or motors that drive them and the playback, recording, and erasing heads,   (Sometimes shortened to)    deck  
'tween deck   , decks  
      n     (Nautical)   a space between two continuous decks of a vessel  
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tape deck  
      n  
1    a tape recording unit in a hi-fi system  
2    the platform supporting the spools, cassettes, or cartridges of a tape recorder, incorporating the motor or motors that drive them and the playback, recording, and erasing heads,   (Sometimes shortened to)    deck         


boat deck  
      n   the deck of a ship on which the lifeboats are kept  
deck  
      n  
1      (Nautical)   any of various platforms built into a vessel  
a promenade deck, the poop deck            
2    a similar floor or platform, as in a bus  
3   
a    the horizontal platform that supports the turntable and pick-up of a record player  
b       See       tape deck  
4      (Chiefly U.S.)   a pack of playing cards  
5      (Also called)    pack     (Computing)   a collection of punched cards relevant to a particular program  
6    clear the decks  
Informal   to prepare for action, as by removing obstacles from a field of activity or combat  
7    hit the deck  
Informal  
a    to fall to the floor or ground, esp. in order to avoid injury  
b    to prepare for action  
c    to get out of bed  
      vb   tr  
8    often foll by: out   to dress or decorate  
9    to build a deck on (a vessel)  
10    Slang   to knock (a person) to the floor or ground,   (See also)        deck over  
     (C15: from Middle Dutch dec a covering; related to thatch)  
  decker      n  
deck-access  
      adj   (of a block of flats) having a continuous inset balcony at each level onto which the front door of each flat on that level opens  
deck beam  
      n     (Nautical)   a stiffening deck member supported at its extremities by knee connections to frames or bulkheads  
deck bridge  
      n     (Civil engineering)   a bridge with an upper horizontal beam that carries the roadway  
deck chair  
      n   a folding chair for use out of doors, consisting of a wooden frame suspending a length of canvas  
deck crane  
      n     (Nautical)   a deck-mounted crane used for loading and unloading cargo  
deck department  
      n   the part of a ship's crew, from the captain down, concerned with running the ship but not with heavy machinery or catering  
deck hand  
      n  
1    a seaman assigned various duties, such as mooring and cargo handling, on the deck of a ship  
2    (in Britain) a seaman over 17 years of age who has seen sea duty for at least one year  
3    a helper aboard a yacht  
deck officer  
      n   a ship's officer who is part of the deck crew  
deck over  
      vb   tr   to complete the construction of the upper deck between the bulwarks of (a vessel)  
deck shoe  
      n  
1    a rubber-soled leather shoe worn when boating  
2    a casual cloth or soft leather shoe resembling this  
deck tennis  
      n   a game played on board ship in which a quoit is tossed to and fro across a high net on a small court resembling a tennis court  
flight deck  
      n  
1    the crew compartment in an airliner  
   Compare       cockpit       1  
2    the upper deck of an aircraft carrier from which aircraft take off and on which they land  
hurricane deck  
      n   a ship's deck that is covered by a light deck as a sunshade  
lower deck  
      n  
1    the deck of a ship situated immediately above the hold  
2    Informal   the petty officers and seamen of a ship collectively  
main deck  
      n   the uppermost sheltered deck that runs the entire length of a vessel  
poop deck  
      n     (Nautical)   the deck on top of the poop  
promenade deck  
      n   an upper covered deck of a passenger ship for the use of the passengers  
sun deck  
      n  
1    an upper open deck on a passenger ship  
2      (Austral. and N.Z.)   a balcony or deck attached to a house, used for sunbathing  
'tween deck   , decks  
      n     (Nautical)   a space between two continuous decks of a vessel  

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deck

  

      vb  
1    adorn, apparel     (archaic)   array, attire, beautify, bedeck, bedight     (archaic)   bedizen     (archaic)   clothe, decorate, dress, embellish, engarland, festoon, garland, grace, ornament, trim  
2    deck up or out      doll up     (slang)   get ready, prettify, pretty up, prink, rig out, tog up or out, trick out  

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'tween deck, boat deck, deck beam, deck bridge

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