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upper deck

noun, Nautical
1.
the uppermost continuous deck that is capable of being made watertight; freeboard deck.
Origin
1585-1595
1585-95
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Examples for upper deck
  • They quickly repositioned more weaponry, placing cannons both on the upper deck and below.
  • We work from the helicopter hangar on the upper deck.
  • There was much chat in the smoking-cabin on the upper deck after luncheon to-day, mostly whaler yarns from those old sea-captains.
  • The yacht offers two decks: a climate-controlled lower deck with picture windows and a covered, open-air upper deck.
  • In addition, they'll have al fresco dining areas with grills on the upper deck, adjacent to the lounge.
  • Also innovative will be al fresco dining areas with grills on the upper deck, adjacent to the lounge.
  • It doesn't look different from ground level, but is noticeable in the upper deck.
  • Eroded concrete and exposed rebar on the viaduct's upper deck.
  • The upper deck is equipped with a telescope to enhance wildlife viewing.
  • In the early years, the bridge carried three lanes of auto traffic in each direction on the upper deck.

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