[ UK /dˈɛk/ ]
[ US /ˈdɛk/ ]
[ US /ˈdɛk/ ]
- street name for a packet of illegal drugs
- a pack of 52 playing cards
- any of various platforms built into a vessel
- a porch that resembles the deck on a ship
be beautiful to look at
Flowers adorned the tables everywhere
deck the halls with holly
knock down with force
He decked his opponent
How To Use deck In A Sentence
- Some of the crew went off-shift, stringing up hybrid bunks and hammocks belowdecks, the others continued working.
- Avoiding tripping over the lines on deck, you then have to quant your boat through the bridge. Times, Sunday Times
- The double nosewheel straddled the slots in the deck where the shuttle ran. THE SHADOWS OF POWER
- The lightship has had uplighters added to its fore and aft masts with lighting units added around its deck and jetty.
- After being dropped in a club to give people a taste of what to expect, it has been spun on decks uncontrollably ever since.
- In order to prevent the pipe buckling at the sagbend a horizontal tension was applied to the pipe by tensioners situated on the deck of the vessel.
- By the time we had got the boat to the waist, the ship had filled with water, and was going down on her beam-ends: we shoved our boat as quickly as possible from the plank-shear ** A timber around a vessel's hull at deck line. into the water, all hands jumping in her at the same time, and launched off clear of the ship. The Greatest Survival Stories Ever Told
- Or should I just accept the fact that fate has dealt me a card from the bottom of the deck and move on?
- That includes splashing out on three deckchairs with matching beach huts for the patio. The Sun
- Thomas writes colorfully of blackguards and mistresses, salty sea dogs and young midshipmen, bloody quarterdecks and Parisian salons.