double-deck

[duhb-uhl-dek]
adjective
1.
Also, double-decked. having two decks, tiers, or levels: a double-deck bunk; a double-deck bus.
verb (used with object)
2.
to add a second deck to (a bridge) or a second level to (a road).

Origin:
1865–70, Americanism

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