double-decker definition

  • noun:
    • anything, such as for instance an automobile, structure, or sandwich, who has two porches, floors, or layers.
    • a car, typically a bus or coach, with two decks.
    • A man-of-war having two-gun decks.
    • A tenement residence having two households on each floor.
    • A biplane aĆ«roplane or kite.
    • something having two decks or levels, as a bus with two levels for individuals. In older cars, less usually these days, the upper deck was available, as on road cars.
    • A ship with two decks over the water-line.
    • A street-car having an extra flooring and seating on the top.
    • A freight- or cattle-car with two floors.
    • A steam-boiler with two tiers of firing-chambers.
    • A tenement-house having two households on a single flooring: so-termed because of the police of the latest York city.
    • a car carrying numerous individuals; useful for public transport

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