Deck

1. Flat horizontal surface placed on a jacket, supporting the facilities necessary for producing oil.
2. The roof of a ship that is walked upon.

deck

(Learning Modules / Mathematics / Bridges) The part of a bridge that carries the roadway. Usually horizontal, and often suspended from cables or resting on an arch.

Deck

  The surface installed over the supporting framing members to which the roofing is applied.
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Deck

An elevated platform. 'Deck' is also commonly used to refer to the above-ground floors in multi-level parking garage.
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deck

(1) The number of rows in a headline. (2) A sub head(line) below the main headline, describing a key part of the story. See also sub head.
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deck

(from the article `dock`) ...over the water, usually at right angles to the shoreline. Vessels can be moored to the pier, which serves as a transfer platform for cargo and ...
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deck

(from the article `playing card`) The most successful and universally recognized deck of cards is that based on a complement of 52, divided into four suits, each containing 13 ranks, ...
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deck

(from the article `ship`) ...desired course of the ship and the present wind direction, the square sail must be twisted on the mast to present an edge to the wind. Among other ...
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deck

[n] - a porch that resembles the deck on a ship 2. [n] - (slang) a packet of narcotics 3. [n] - any of various floor-like platforms built into a vessel 4. [v] - be beautiful to look at 5. [v] - decorate 6. [v] - knock down with force
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Deck

• (v.) The upper part or top of a mansard roof or curb roof when made nearly flat. • (v.) The roof of a passenger car. • (v. t.) To cover; to overspread. • (v.) The floorlike covering of the horizontal sections, or compartments, of a ship. Small vessels have only one deck; larger ships have two or three decks. • (v. t.) To ...
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deck

noun any of various platforms built into a vessel
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Deck

[bridge] A bridge deck or road bed 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,wood which in turn may be covered with asphalt concrete or other pavement. The concrete deck may be an integral part of the bridge structure (T-beam structure) or it...
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Deck

[building] 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. ==Functions and materials== Wood or timber `decking` can be used in a number ...
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Deck

[Naval Acronyms and Slang] Not to be confused with above (RN)
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Deck

[Naval Acronyms and Slang] To refer to the ground (RAF)
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Deck

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Deck

[ship] A deck is a permanent covering over a compartment or a hull of a ship. On a boat or ship, the primary or upper deck is the horizontal structure which forms the `roof` for the hull, which both strengthens the hull and serves as the primary working surface. Vessels often have more than one level both within the hull and in the superstr...
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Deck

Deck noun [ Dutch dek . See Deck , v. ] 1. The floorlike covering of the horizontal sections, or compartments, of a ship. Small vessels have only one deck; larger ships have two or three decks. » The following are the more common names of the decks of...
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Deck

Deck transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Decked ; present participle & verbal noun Decking .] [ Dutch dekken to cover; akin to English thatch . See Thatch .] 1. To cover; to overspread. « To...
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deck

1. The floorlike covering of the horizontal sections, or compartments, of a ship. Small vessels have only one deck; larger ships have two or three decks. ... The following are the more common names of the decks of vessels having more than one. ... <astronomy> Berth deck, the upper deck, usually a light deck, erected above the frame of the hul...
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Deck

A covering over a compartment, hull or any part of a ship serving as a floor.
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Deck

A floor or roof covering made out of gage metal attached by welding or mechanical means to joists, beams, purlins, or other structural members and can be galvanized, painted, or unpainted.
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DECK

A pack of 52 playing cards.
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DECK

A permanent covering over a compartment, hull or any part thereof.
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Deck

A permanent covering over a compartment, hull or any part thereof.
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