Deck

What is Deck?

Deck definition and meaning on Dictionary terms:
noun
Nautical. a floorlike surface wholly or partially occupying one level of a hull, superstructure, or deckhouse, generally cambered, and often serving as a member for strengthening the structure of a vessel.the space between such a surface and the next such surface above: Our stateroom was on B deck.

any open platform suggesting an exposed deck of a ship.
an open, unroofed porch or platform extending from a house or other building.Compare sun deck.

any level, tier, or vertical section, as of a structure or machine.
flight deck(def 2).
a flat or nearly flat watertight surface, as at the top of a French roof.
a floor or roof surface composed of decking units.
Meteorology. cloud deck. See cloud layer.
Slang. a small packet of a narcotic, especially heroin.
a pack of playing cards.
Printing. bank3(def 8).
Also called rear deck. the cover of a space behind the backseat of an automobile or the space itself.
Library Science. a level of book shelving and associated facilities in the stacks of a library, as one of a series of floors or tiers.
cutter deck.
a cassette deck or tape deck.

adjective
Civil Engineering. (of a bridge truss) having a deck or floor upon or above the structure.Compare through(def 22).

verb (used with object)
to clothe or attire (people) or array (rooms, houses, etc.) in something ornamental or decorative (often followed by out): We were all decked out in our Sunday best. The church was decked with holly for the holiday season.
to furnish with a deck.

Informal. to knock down; floor: The champion decked the challenger in the first round.

 

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