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/ˈdʌb əlˈdɛk ər/
something with two decks, tiers, or the like, as two beds one above the other, a ship with two decks above the water line, or a bus with two decks.
a food item consisting of two main layers, as a sandwich made with three slices of bread and two layers of filling.
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It was packed, and although it was one of the new
trains, the air-conditioning didn't seem to be working properly.
The site is a long, bush-covered set of crags the size of four
She especially enjoyed a
carousel painted in yellow, pink, and mint green.
Some are extravagant spouters that eject boiling water higher than a
The flagstones are sticky with filth, and the red
racetrack mere inches away.
The trams are tall, narrow,
Actually, they're in two buses-- a
and a converted school bus.
Tour buses run the gamut, from minibuses to vintage-inspired trolley vehicles and include
and open-air minibuses.
The tour spans three entire days aboard a
sightseeing bus, with hop-on-and-off privileges.
The buses are both
and open-air to facilitate picture taking.
British Dictionary definitions for
) a bus with two passenger decks
a thing or structure having two decks, layers, etc
a double-decker sandwich
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