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deckchair (ˈdɛkˌtʃɛə Pronunciation for deckchair

Definitions

noun

  1. a folding chair for use out of doors, consisting of a wooden frame suspending a length of canvas
  2. See rearranging the deckchairs on the Titanic

Translations for 'deckchair'

  • British English: deckchairPronunciation for deckchair A deckchair is a simple chair with a folding frame, and a piece of canvas as the seat and back. Deckchairs are usually used on the beach, on a ship, or in the garden.ˈdɛkˌtʃɛə NOUN
  • Arabic: كُرْسِيٌّ طَوِيلٌ قَابِلٌ لِلطَيّPronunciation for كُرْسِيٌّ طَوِيلٌ قَابِلٌ لِلطَيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: espreguiçadeiraPronunciation for espreguiçadeira
  • Chinese: 折叠躺椅Pronunciation for 折叠躺椅
  • Croatian: ležaljkaPronunciation for ležaljka
  • Czech: lehátkoPronunciation for lehátko
  • Danish: liggestolPronunciation for liggestol
  • Dutch: ligstoelPronunciation for ligstoel
  • European Spanish: hamacaPronunciation for hamacatumbona
  • Finnish: kansituoliPronunciation for kansituoli
  • French: transatPronunciation for transat
  • German: LiegestuhlPronunciation for Liegestuhl Liegestühle
  • Greek: ξαπλώστραPronunciation for ξαπλώστρα
  • Italian: sedia a sdraioPronunciation for sedia a sdraio
  • Japanese: デッキチェアPronunciation for デッキチェア
  • Korean: 접의자Pronunciation for 접의자
  • Norwegian: dekkstolPronunciation for dekkstol
  • Polish: leżakPronunciation for leżak
  • Portuguese: espreguiçadeiraPronunciation for espreguiçadeira
  • Romanian: șezlong șezlonguri
  • Russian: шезлонгPronunciation for шезлонг
  • Spanish: hamacaPronunciation for hamaca
  • Swedish: vilstolPronunciation for vilstol
  • Thai: เก้าอี้ผ้าใบPronunciation for เก้าอี้ผ้าใบ
  • Turkish: şezlongPronunciation for şezlong
  • Ukrainian: шезлонг
  • Vietnamese: ghế võngPronunciation for ghế võng

Example Sentences Including 'deckchair'

And we had a boat out in Regent's Park & then sat in a deckchair.
Williams Kenneth & Davies, Russell (ed.) The Kenneth Williams Diaries
Bob, who launched his own Internet travel company deckchair.
Sun, News of the World (1999)
Grandad still has not quite worked out how to put up that deckchair , yet the world's greatest winter sport is about to take hold.
Sun, News of the World (1999)
He leapt to his feet, overturning the deckchair in the process, his face contorted with fury.
Fraser, Anthea Pretty Maids all in a Row
He put his short deckchair between the stars ' tall ones and wrote his name in chalk ``to compete with their embossed ones'.
Courier, Sunday Mail (2004)
I really feared that the alternative would have meant sitting on deck in the St Helena high with a gin and tonic and a deckchair.
Yachting Boating World (2004)
She'd taken a deckchair and gone off to sit in their bit of garden.
Richard Francis PROSPECT HILL (2003)
The bullet hole through the backrest of the deckchair told the tale.
Gagman, Maurice Doubtful Motives
``They were sitting on a deckchair on the beach when it happened,' Mr Quinn said.
The Mercury, Sunday Tasmanian (2004)

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