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1. deck

noun. ['ˈdɛk'] any of various platforms built into a vessel.

Synonyms

  • promenade deck
  • orlop
  • quarterdeck
  • flight deck
  • fourth deck
  • hurricane roof
  • ship
  • orlop deck
  • second deck
  • landing deck
  • main deck
  • hurricane deck
  • awning deck
  • lower deck
  • lido deck
  • afterdeck
  • platform
  • gun deck
  • upper deck
  • foredeck

Antonyms

  • disembark
  • fire
  • disarrange
  • dishonor

Etymology

  • dekke (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • deck (Middle Dutch (ca. 1050-1350))
  • dekken (Middle Dutch (ca. 1050-1350))

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Rhymes with Deck

  • receptech
  • golombek
  • vanvleck
  • prestech
  • polytech
  • vanhecke
  • quebec
  • mcpeck
  • labrecque
  • vanek
  • streck
  • recheck
  • nobec
  • macek
  • exec
  • domecq
  • dehecq
  • bo-shek
  • wnek
  • trek
  • svec
  • steck
  • stech
  • stec
  • speck
  • spec
  • shreck
  • schreck
  • schneck
  • schmeck

How do you pronounce deck?

Pronounce deck as dɛk.

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UK - How to pronounce deck in British English

Sentences with deck


1. Noun, singular or mass
For example, a picnic table or deck would be ideal.

Quotes about deck


1. I'm kind of a good girl - and I'm not. I'm a good girl because I really believe in love, integrity, and respect. I'm a bad girl because I like to tease. I know that I have sex appeal in my deck of cards. But I like to get people thinking. That's what the stories in my music do.
- Katy Perry

2. Betting on the success of innovative technologies in the marketplace can carry all the uncertainty and risk that betting on the next card in the deck does at a blackjack table in Las Vegas. There is a factor of randomness that must be factored in, but precisely how to do so is anyone's guess.
- Henry Petroski

3. So once I thought of the villain with a sense of humor, I began to think of a name and the name "the Joker" immediately came to mind. There was the association with the Joker in the deck of cards, and I probably yelled literally, 'Eureka!' because I knew I had the name and the image at the same time.
- Jerry Robinson

2. deck-house

noun. a superstructure on the upper deck of a ship.

Synonyms

  • superstructure

3. deck

noun. ['ˈdɛk'] street name for a packet of illegal drugs.

Synonyms

  • dime
  • packet

Antonyms

  • unseemliness
  • impropriety
  • ill nature

Etymology

  • dekke (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • deck (Middle Dutch (ca. 1050-1350))
  • dekken (Middle Dutch (ca. 1050-1350))

4. deck

noun. ['ˈdɛk'] a pack of 52 playing cards.

Synonyms

  • suit
  • playing card
  • queen
  • pack of cards
  • pack

Antonyms

  • uglify
  • understate
  • underdress
  • dress down

Etymology

  • dekke (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • deck (Middle Dutch (ca. 1050-1350))
  • dekken (Middle Dutch (ca. 1050-1350))

5. deck

verb. ['ˈdɛk'] knock down with force.

Synonyms

  • knock down
  • coldcock
  • dump
  • floor

Antonyms

  • dirty
  • suffer
  • converge
  • be well

Etymology

  • dekke (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • deck (Middle Dutch (ca. 1050-1350))
  • dekken (Middle Dutch (ca. 1050-1350))

6. deck

noun. ['ˈdɛk'] a porch that resembles the deck on a ship.

Synonyms

  • porch

Antonyms

  • awkwardness
  • natural object

Etymology

  • dekke (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • deck (Middle Dutch (ca. 1050-1350))
  • dekken (Middle Dutch (ca. 1050-1350))

7. deck

verb. ['ˈdɛk'] decorate.

Synonyms

  • bedeck
  • grace
  • ornament
  • embellish
  • plume
  • bedight
  • adorn
  • beautify

Antonyms

  • change
  • miss
  • differ
  • disagree

Etymology

  • dekke (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • deck (Middle Dutch (ca. 1050-1350))
  • dekken (Middle Dutch (ca. 1050-1350))

8. deck

verb. ['ˈdɛk'] be beautiful to look at.

Synonyms

  • decorate
  • grace
  • embellish
  • ornament
  • adorn
  • beautify

Antonyms

  • male aristocrat
  • king
  • unpack
  • empty

Etymology

  • dekke (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • deck (Middle Dutch (ca. 1050-1350))
  • dekken (Middle Dutch (ca. 1050-1350))
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