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British English: /dɛk/
American English: /dɛk/

Translation of deck in French:


  • 1 (Nautical) (on ship) upper/car deck
    pont supérieur/des voitures
    on deck
    sur le pont
    to go (up ou out) on deck
    monter sur le pont
    below deck(s)
    sur le pont inférieur
  • 3 (on bus, plane) upper/lower deck
    étage supérieur/inférieur
  • 4 (Audio) (for records)
    platine (f) tourne-disque
    (for cassettes)
    platine (f) cassettes
  • 5 (Games)deck of cards
    jeu (m) de cartes
  • 6
    (American English) (small portion of drug)
    petite dose (f)

transitive verb

  • 1 (decorate)
    (building, room, table) with de
    (tree) with de
  • 2 (dress up)
    (person) with, in de
  • 3
    (American English) (floor)
    envoyer [quelqu'un] par terre


all hands on deck!

tout le monde à la rescousse!

to clear the decks

to hit the deck

tomber par terre

he's not playing with a full deck

il est simplet

Phrasal verbs

deck out

1 deck [something] out, deck out [something]
(place) with, in de
2 deck [somebody] out
in de
he was decked out in his best suit
il s'était vêtu de son plus beau costume

Definition of deck in:

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