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deco

[dek-oh, dey-koh, dey-koh] /ˈdɛk oʊ, ˈdeɪ koʊ, deɪˈkoʊ/
noun
1.
adjective
2.
of, pertaining to, or suggestive of art deco design:
The new wallpaper gives the foyer a deco look.
Also, Deco.
Origin
1970-1975
1970-75; by shortening
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  • It was built of red brick and had fine art-deco decoration.
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  • The chimneys of the atomic-power stations will be deco- rated by our best landscape painters.
  • The painting and deco- rating is all done up on the third, and that's where the finished chairs are stored.
  • The complex features a snack bar and large locker rooms decorated in art-deco style.
  • The structure of art deco is based on mathematical geometric shapes.

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