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Definition of "decks" []

  • Any of various platforms built into a vessel (noun)
  • A similar floor or platform, as in a bus (noun)
  • The horizontal platform that supports the turntable and pick-up of a record player (noun)
  • A pack of playing cards (noun)
  • A collection of punched cards relevant to a particular program (noun)
  • A raised wooden platform built in a garden to provide a seating area (noun)
  • To dress or decorate (verb)
  • To build a deck on (a vessel) (verb)
  • To knock (a person) to the floor or ground (verb)
  • Plural form of deck. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of deck. (verb)

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Use "decks" in a sentence
  • "On a table against the short wall was her apparatus -- if that's what you call decks of cards, a roulette wheel, a set of Rhine ESP cards, several dice and, so help me, a crystal ball."
  • "And before morning the Mary Rogers was hove down twice again, and holes were knocked in her bulwarks to ease her decks from the weight of ocean that pressed her down."
  • "I have a functioning 1982 Sony Betamax Handicam and a betamax player with twin decks for recording!!!"