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Noun: deck  dek
  1. Any of various platforms built into a vessel
  2. A pack of 52 playing cards
    - pack of cards, deck of cards, pack [Brit]
  3. A porch that resembles the deck on a ship
  4. An open garden platform used as an outdoor seating area, usually made of wood
  5. A sound-production unit
  6. A set of slides for a presentation
  7. [slang] Street name for a packet of illegal drugs
Verb: deck  dek
  1. Serve to decorate and look nice
    "Flowers decked the tables everywhere";
    - adorn, decorate, grace, embellish, beautify
  2. Decorate
    "deck the halls with holly";
    - bedight, bedeck
  3. [informal] Knock down with force
    "He decked his opponent";
    - coldcock [N. Amer, informal], dump, knock down, floor

Derived forms: decked, decking, decks

Type of: adorn, be, beat, beautify, decorate, embellish, grace, ornament, pack, packet, platform, porch

Part of: ship

Encyclopedia: Deck, Brian