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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Double-decker potato tacos are what might happen when Lefebvre reimagines Taco Bell’s Cheesy Gordita Crunch.
Single-story structures gave way to double- and triple-deckers.
Don't worry—double-decker seating will remain, though being able to flip seats might be lost.
Airbus is refining the double-decker A380's design, including adding 4.7-meter (15-foot) winglets, to boost fuel efficiency by as much as 4 percent.
Four suicide bombers struck central London, detonating their explosives on three subway trains and one double-decker bus.
The popular, diner-style triple-decker, three slices of bread dividing ham from poultry, showed up in the 1940s.
The aircraft sporting the prototype 'winglet' will be towed out to join others on display at the June 19-25 air show, giving airlines a glimpse of an improvement that Airbus hopes will turn around weak sales of its flagship double-decker.
The Golden State Warriors twirled T-shirts over their heads and waved to the crowd from atop double-decker buses as blue and yellow confetti rained down on them during a parade to celebrate the team’s latest championship.
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