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well deck

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Definition of well deck in English:

noun

An open space on the main deck of a ship, lying at a lower level between the forecastle and poop.
Example sentences
  • He fell past the boats, and toward the aft well deck.
  • After they boarded, Blaine and Claire climbed onto the aft well deck and slept, their energy drained from the events of the last night.
  • They ordered the Pueblo sailors to the well deck, where they were tied up, blindfolded, and told to keep quiet.

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