double-decker

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A double-decker bus.

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double +‎ deck +‎ -er

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double-decker (plural double-deckers)

  1. A vehicle (usually a bus, coach or train) or aircraft with two floors.
  2. A frigate with two decks above the waterline.
  3. (figuratively) Any object with two layers or parts stacked on top of each other.
    A club sandwich is a double-decker of chicken, ham, lettuce and tomato.

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