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Translation of "deck" - English-Spanish dictionary

deck

noun   /dek/
one of the floors of a ship, bus, or plane planta, cubierta The children like to sit on the top deck of the bus. The kids like going out on the deck when we ride the ferry.
( UK also pack) a set of cards used for playing games baraja
a wooden floor outside a house, without a roof porche (descubierto) In summer we eat on the deck whenever we can.
(Definition of deck from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

deck

noun /dek/
a platform extending from one side of a ship etc to the other and forming the floor cubierta The cars are carried on the lower deck of the ferry.
a floor in a bus piso Let’s go on the top deck.
a pack of playing cards baraja Shall I shuffle the deck?
deckchair noun
a light collapsible chair tumbona They were sitting in deckchairs on the beach.
(Definition of deck from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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