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deck 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/dek/,
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decks, plural;
  1. Decorate or adorn brightly or festively
    • - Ingrid was decked out in her Sunday best
  2. Knock (someone) to the ground with a punch

Noun
  1. A structure of planks or plates, approximately horizontal, extending across a ship or boat at any of various levels, esp. one of those at the highest level and open to the weather
    • - he stood on the deck of his flagship
  2. The accommodations on a particular deck of a ship
    • - the first-class deck
  3. A floor or platform resembling or compared to a ship's deck, esp. the floor of a pier or a platform for sunbathing

  4. A platformlike structure, typically made of lumber and unroofed, attached to a house or other building
    • - they cooked hamburgers on the deck adjoining the living room
  5. A level of a large, open building, esp. a sports stadium
    • - Jeter hit an enormous home run into the upper deck
  6. The ground or floor
    • - there was a big thud when I hit the deck
  7. The flat part of a skateboard or snowboard

  8. A component or unit in sound-reproduction equipment that incorporates a playing or recording mechanism for discs or tapes
    • - the car has cruise control and a tape deck
  9. A pack of cards
    • - shuffle the deck
  10. A packet of narcotics


  1. any of various platforms built into a vessel
  2. be beautiful to look at; "Flowers adorned the tables everywhere"
  3. decorate; "deck the halls with holly"
  4. street name for a packet of illegal drugs
  5. pack of cards: a pack of 52 playing cards
  6. knock down with force; "He decked his opponent"
  7. A bridge deck or roadbed is the roadway, or the pedestrian walkway, surface of a bridge. It is not to be confused with any deck of a ship. The deck may be of concrete, which in turn may be covered with asphalt concrete or other pavement. ...
  8. In architecture, a deck is a flat surface capable of supporting weight, similar to a floor, but typically constructed outdoors, often elevated from the ground, and usually connected to a building. The term is a generalization of decks as found on ships.
  9. A playing card is a piece of specially prepared heavy paper, thin cardboard, or thin plastic, figured with distinguishing motifs and used as one of a set for playing card games. Playing cards are typically palm-sized for convenient handling.
  10. News style (also journalistic style or news writing style) is the prose style used for news reporting in media such as newspapers, radio and television. ...
  11. A deck is a permanent covering over a compartment or a hullEdwards, Fred (illustrated by Sollers, Jim); Sailing as a Second Language: An illustrated dictionary; International Marine Publishing Company; © 1988 Highmark Publishing Ltd.; ISBN 0-87742-965-0 of a ship. ...
  12. In theatre, the stage (sometimes referred to as the deck in stagecraft) is a designated space for the performance of theatrical productions. The stage serves as a space for actors or performers and a focal point for the members of the audience. ...
  13. Any flat surface that can be walked on: a balcony; a porch; a raised patio; a flat rooftop; A pack or set of playing cards; The floorlike covering of the horizontal sections, or compartments, of a ship. ...
  14. (Decked) Chrome details and trim removed from the trunk and smoothed over.
  15. (Decked) Said of a bird when its feathers are trimmed or edged with a small line of another color.
  16. (Decked) Removal of the trim and lock mechanism from the decklid of a car
  17. (Decked) To remove chrome trim from a custom car's trunk lid. When the chrome is also removed from the hood, the car is said to be "nosed and decked".
  18. (decked) Covered with fine clothing or ornaments.
  19. (decked) adj., dressed nicely ("decked out"); past tense verb, punched
  20. (Decking) Lumber used primarily and roofing and flooring applications. Most common sizes of decking are: 5/4 X 6, 2 X 6, 2 X 8, 3 X 6, and 4 X 6. Decking is often sawn with tongues and grooves and in various patterns (double tongue and groove and single tongue and groove). ...
  21. (Decking) Usually referring to outside projects, the lumber that forms the floor surface. Decking fastens directly over the floor joists.
  22. (Decking) The construction of decks out of wood or composite materials to create a recreational area.
  23. (Decking) Boards used for the surface of a deck.
  24. (DECKING) A term for the custom of foot guards in British and Canadian service of placing a garland or chaplet of laurel – a crown triumphal - at the top of the regimental colour pike or staff on days of significance in regimental history (see also ‘colour 2), ‘colours 2)’, ‘crown triumphal’, ‘ ...
  25. (Decking) 1. A material used to span across beams or joists to create a floor or roof surface. 2. Heavy plank floor of a pier or bridge. 3. Surfaced area surrounding a swimming pool.