three-decker

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three-decker (plural three-deckers)

  1. Anything with three layers or levels.
    • 1972, Emily Coleman, Making friends with the opposite sex (page 198)
      I planned to splurge on a three-decker cone. All the flavors looked so good that I couldn't decide which three to have.
    1. Alternative form of triple-decker (type of sandwich)
    2. Alternative form of triple-decker (type of bus)
    3. Alternative form of triple-decker (type of apartment building)
    4. (nautical, historical) A sailing warship that had guns on each of three decks.
    5. (historical) An old-fashioned pulpit.

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