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deck passenger

Line breaks: deck pas¦sen|ger

Definition of deck passenger in English:

noun

A passenger on a ship who does not have a cabin.
Example sentences
  • The fare to Belmullet was 6-6 cabin class and 4 / - deck passenger.
  • But sometimes cabin passengers allow them to use the latrine because they are afraid that if the poor deck passengers get angry then they might go down and make a hole in the launch.

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