Definition of double-decker in English:

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double-decker

Pronunciation: /ˌdəbəlˈdekər/

noun

Something, especially a bus, that has two floors or levels: [as modifier]: a double-decker bus double-decker sandwiches
More example sentences
  • The boot has a double-decker floor whose upper level aligns with the rear seats when they are folded.
  • Now he met his wife Primrose on the upper floor of a double-decker bus going home from Medical School to his digs.
  • Stagecoach, one of the world's biggest bus and rail operators, already has similar double-decker buses running in Hong Kong.

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Syllabification: dou·ble-deck·er

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