deck

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈdɛk/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/dɛk/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(dek)


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deck

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [flight, sun, rear] deck
  2. the [ship's, cruise liner's, yacht's] deck
  3. the [lower, upper, fifth] deck
  4. our cabin was on the [fifth] deck
  5. [booked, had] a [cabin, suite] on the upper deck
  6. the [casino, cinema, grand hall] is on the lower deck
  7. sitting in the [lower, upper] deck of the bus
  8. the deck began to [rock, sway, shift, move]
  9. the waves reached the [second] deck
  10. all hands on deck!
  11. [relaxing, chilling, chatting] on the wooden deck
  12. [an attached, a detached] deck
  13. building a deck
  14. putting in a deck
  15. adding on a deck
  16. the house has a deck in the [back, backyard]
  17. this deck has a [seating, standing] capacity of
  18. cards: [shuffle, cut, rig, stack] the deck
  19. cards: [take, pick, choose] any card from the deck
  20. cards: play with [five] decks
  21. slang: wasn't playing with a full deck
  22. let's clear the decks and get [to work, started]
  23. knocked his [rival, opponent] to the deck
  24. the [challenger, rival] hit the deck
v
  1. deck (out) the [hall, Christmas tree, room]
  2. deck (it) with [streamers, balloons, ribbons]
  3. decked him out in [blue, team colors, new clothes]
  4. decked herself out in [jewelry, gold, diamonds, necklaces, rings]
  5. decked his [opponent, coworker, attacker]
  6. decked by his [opponent]
  7. decked him with a [blow, punch, blunt object]
  8. deck him in the [face, chin]
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