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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “deck”

deck

noun [C] (FLOOR)
 
 
/dek/
a flat area for walking on, especially one built across the space between the sides of a boat or a bus; a type of floor
甲板,艙面;(公車的)地板;(船或公車的)一層,層面
We sat on deck until it was dark.
我們在甲板上一直坐到天黑。
The upper/top deck of the bus was always full of people smoking.
公車上層總是擠滿了抽煙的人。
→ See also quarterdeck, sundeckParts of ships and boats
US a raised area without a roof, which is connected to a house, similar to a balcony
(房屋的)露天平臺,涼台
Walls and parts of walls
below decks on a level of a ship below the main deck
在主甲板下麵
Our cabin was below decks.
我們的艙位在主甲板之下。
Terms for location and direction used at sea
(Definition of deck noun (FLOOR) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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