double-decker


dou·ble–deck·er

noun, often attributive \-ˈde-kər\

: something that has two levels or layers

Full Definition of DOUBLE-DECKER

:  something that is double-deck <a double–decker bus>

First Known Use of DOUBLE-DECKER

1835

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