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deck in Kashmiri कॉशुर

deck in Urdu اُردُو

deck in English

  • deck
    deck, noun, verb.

  • deck
    expr. clear the deck or decks,
    a. to remove unnecessary objects from the decks of a warship, to prepare for action.
    Ex. The sailors cleared the decks for a fight before the pirate ship closed in.
    b. (Figurative.) to make ready for any

  • deck
    expr. hit the deck, (U.S. Slang.)
    a. to get up from bed.
    Ex. ""Hit the deck, boys!"" said the old seaman who awoke us.
    b. to drop on the ground or floor.
    Ex. When the shots rang out, everyone hit the deck. The contender hit the

  • deck
    expr. on deck,
    a. present and ready to do something; on hand.
    Ex. The coach is sick and won't be on deck for practice for at least one week.
    b. (Baseball.) next at bat. A player on deck usually waits at an assigned spot away from the

  • deck
    expr. stack the deck, (Informal.)
    a. to arrange a pack of cards dishonestly.
    Ex. The gambler's deck was stacked with five aces.
    b. (Figurative.) to prepare circumstances in advance.
    Ex. When [the company] pits a piece of its ""N

  • deck
    noun 1. one of the floors or platforms extending from side to side and often end to end of a ship. The upper, main, middle, and lower decks of a ship are somewhat like the stories of a house. Often the upper deck has no roof over it.
    2. a part or

  • deck
    v.t. 1. to cover, dress, or adorn.
    Ex. The little girl was decked out in white linen. Deck the halls with boughs of holly (Christmas carol).
    (SYN) array, attire, clothe.
    2. to provide with a deck.
    3. (U.S. Slang.) to knock down

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