Definition of 'deckchair'
Example sentences containing 'deckchair'
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Or does it have a tropical twist or deckchair stripes? Times, Sunday Times (2009)Dress down these deckchair stripes with a simple knit in grey or taupe. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It reminds me of a deckchair on Blackpool beach. The Sun (2009)A former deckchair attendant has turned his love of the seaside furniture into a thriving business. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Strange, really, how thin stripes feel safe but deckchair stripes feel scary. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Restaurants are empty, and there's no need to lay your towel on a beach deckchair. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Am I too old for... deckchair stripes? Times, Sunday Times (2014)And I'm not the only man who folds like a deckchair at the sign of some schmaltz. The Sun (2014)
Trends of 'deckchair'
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Translations for 'deckchair'
British English: deckchair /ˈdɛkˌtʃɛə/ NOUN
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.
- American English: deckchair
- Arabic: كُرْسِيٌّ طَوِيلٌ قَابِلٌ لِلطَيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: espreguiçadeira
- Chinese: 折叠躺椅
- Croatian: ležaljka
- Czech: lehátko
- Danish: liggestol
- Dutch: ligstoel
- European Spanish: hamaca tumbona
- Finnish: kansituoli
- French: transat
- German: Liegestuhl
- Greek: ξαπλώστρα
- Italian: sedia a sdraio
- Japanese: デッキチェア
- Korean: 접의자
- Norwegian: dekkstol
- Polish: leżak
- European Portuguese: espreguiçadeira
- Romanian: șezlong
- Russian: шезлонг
- Spanish: hamaca
- Swedish: vilstol
- Thai: เก้าอี้ผ้าใบ
- Turkish: şezlong
- Ukrainian: шезлонг
- Vietnamese: ghế võng
Definition of deckchair from the Collins English Dictionary
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