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He looked full of running and one or two others were off the bridle when his pilot hit the deck. The Sun (2016)Does it have a tape deck? The Sun (2016)The divers in our group went in and out, exploring her five decks. The Sun (2016) HOUSES decked out in bright lights are the worst seasonal faux pas, according to a survey. The Sun (2016)We space out activities between stints of R&R around the top deck's four pools. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It's time to get back to basics, so hit the deck and channel your inner grizzly bear. The Sun (2017)P&O said no officers were involved and a source told The Sun some of those caught worked in the car ferry decking department. The Sun (2016)Streets were decked with orange bunting and orange plants. The Sun (2010)Would it settle back safely into place or dislodge completely and hit the deck? The Sun (2012)Try for a table in the decked garden and eat under the stars. The Sun (2008)The restaurant drifts into decking areas for when the sun shines. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The upper deck houses a large saloon and another bar. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It felt like being on the top deck of a bus when it brakes too hard. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We sat on the top deck and took in some impressive hillside scenery en route. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Players use a deck of specific cards to battle their way to victory. The Sun (2014)They can also record their own voices into a virtual tape effects deck. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It has been declared safe after interim work to build a protection deck underneath its suspended ceiling. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Over three hours crew members reassured passengers that they were tackling a fire on the car deck. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But it is a classy vessel with wooden decks and sumptuous velvet interiors. The Sun (2010)On a certain day it was given a concert performance on the deck of the ship. DEVASTATING EDEN: The Search for Utopia in America (2004)Kept up the good work through the winter and has already hit the deck running this year. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The owner had transformed the roof into a wonderful decked garden. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The garden has a decked area with speakers. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The house was decked out in flags and bunting. The Sun (2007)They were the only two on the top deck. The Glasgow Girls (1994)The streets are being decked with bunting and wedding bows and many shops are designing special window displays. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Expect oatmeal sofas on wooden deck floors, designer lights and cool modern art. Times, Sunday Times (2014)With five decks, this is the perfect ship on which to enjoy your cruise. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Mine was the top deck of a bus in Hastings! The Sun (2011)Rebels packed the decks as she sailed from Benghazi, where she has been in port since her capture six months ago. The Sun (2011)
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Übersetzungen für deck
Britisches Englisch: deck /dɛk/ NOUN
A deck on a bus or ship is a downstairs or upstairs area.
We went on a luxury ship with five passenger decks.
- Amerikanisches Englisch: deck
- Arabisch: ظَهْرُ الـمَرْكَب
- Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: convés
- Chinesisch: 甲板
- Kroatisch: paluba
- Tschechisch: paluba
- Dänisch: dæk skibsdæk
- Niederländisch: dek
- Europäisches Spanisch: cubierta
- Finnisch: laivan kansi
- Französisch: pont bateau
- Deutsch: Deck
- Griechisch: κατάστρωμα
- Italienisch: ponte
- Japanisch: デッキ
- Koreanisch: 갑판
- Norwegisch: dekk båtdekk
- Polnisch: pokład
- Europäisches Portugiesisch: convés
- Rumänisch: punte
- Russisch: палуба
- Spanisch: cubierta
- Schwedisch: däck våning på fartyg
- Thai: ดาดฟ้าเรือ
- Türkisch: güverte
- Ukrainisch: палуба
- Vietnamesisch: boong tàu
Definition von deck aus Collins Englischen Sprache
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