1. a vehicle carrying many passengers; used for public transport
    he always rode the bus to work
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How To Use double-decker In A Sentence

  • A record 18 Airbus A380s were delivered in 2010, and 24 more of the world's largest passenger airliner - a 525-seat double-decker dubbed the superjumbo - are due this year. The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed
  • Mostly, however, the show ranged far further afield, with sketches taking place on the top deck of a moving double-decker bus, in the sea, in forests and so on.
  • Just because it was once open to horse and carts or chariots means they could drive a double-decker bus down it if they wanted to.
  • An endless stream of red double-deckers navigated down the street, pulling in to pick off passengers from the harbour of their bus shelter.
  • Perhaps we were unlucky, but instead of an open top double-decker we got a dank and dark coach. Times, Sunday Times
  • But when the proposed cost of such a thing worked out at 9 billion, they decided to build a double-decker bus instead.
  • Can take it or leave it if a man with a long pole can vault over a bar taller than a London double-decker bus? Times, Sunday Times
  • Many of the region's bus companies, who had put on double-deckers to cope with the rush, were left wondering where all the passengers had gone.
  • Rebus noticed that an ambulance, blue lights blinking, was parked in front of a stationary double-decker bus.
  • The boot has a double-decker floor whose upper level aligns with the rear seats when they are folded.
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