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♦ deck
♦ deck /dɛk/
n.
1 (naut.) ponte; coperta: to go up on deck, salire in coperta; All hands on deck!, tutti in coperta!; lower deck, sottocoperta; main deck, ponte principale; upper deck, ponte superiore (o di manovra); ponte di coperta
2 (d'autobus a più piani) piano: top deck, imperiale
3 (un tempo) imperiale (di diligenza, d'omnibus, ecc.)
4 (ferr.) imperiale; tetto
5 (aeron.) cabina: flight deck, cabina di comando
6 deck, piastra di registrazione (di uno stereo)
7 (fam.) pavimento; terra: to hit the deck, gettarsi a terra; (anche) andare a terra; saltare giù dal letto
8 (spec. USA, Austral.) spazio esterno (di una casa) pavimentato in legno
9 (spec. USA) mazzo di carte (da gioco)
10 (slang USA) pacchetto (di sigarette); bustina (di droga, ecc.)
11 (slang USA) skateboard
● (edil.) deck-access flats, appartamenti le cui porte d'ingresso danno su un balcone che corre lungo tutta la casa □ (naut.) deck cabin, cabina di ponte □ (naut.) deck cargo, carico di coperta □ (naut.) deck height, interponte □ (aeron., naut.) deck landing, appontaggio □ (naut.) deck officer, ufficiale di bordo □ (comput., Internet) deck of slides, presentazione (insieme di diapositive) □ deck passenger, passeggero di ponte (che non ha una cabina) □ deck shoes, mocassini □ to clear the decks (for action), (stor., naut.) sgombrare i ponti (per il combattimento); (fig.) sgombrare il campo, prepararsi all'azione □ on deck, (naut.) sopraccoperta; (fam.) pronto, a portata di mano □ (slang USA) to stack the deck, truccare il mazzo (di carte); (fig.) imbrogliare, fare il mazzetto.
(to) deck /dɛk/
v. t.
1 adornare; addobbare: Every balcony was decked with flowers, tutti i balconi erano adornati con fiori
2 fornire (navi, ecc.) di ponte
3 (slang) stendere (a terra) con un pugno
4 (boxe) mettere (q.) al tappeto
to be decked with flags, essere imbandierato.

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