Definition of decker
: something having a specified number of decks, levels, floors, or layers —used in combination many of the city's buses are double-deckers
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Stokes, 69, works as a tour guide on an open-top double-decker bus.
Bour hit his 16th homer — an opposite-field shot off the home run statue in left-center — and Yelich hit an upper-decker for Miami.
In 2015, the ongoing city beautification project soared to new heights with an open-air, double decker bus tour of the neighborhoods, which included a ride to the top of the city's former landfill in the North End, known as Mount Trashmore.
For comparison, the empty weight of the world’s largest airliner, the double-decker Airbus A380 designed to carry around 550 passengers, is 610,000 pounds.
The drawings in this post were made in 1927 and 1934 for renovations to the stadium that extended the original triple-decker grandstand down the left- and right-field lines.
A new species of enormous dinosaur that was as long as two-and-a-half double decker buses was recently discovered.
Bumpy on the top floor, but typical for a double decker bus.
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