a floor built across a ship over all or part of its length
decorate; adorn; festoon
"Flowers adorned the tables everywhere"
"deck the halls with holly"
"He decked his opponent"
Multi-deck car parks with direct access to the stores.
Randolph was sitting on the deck in front of the house.
出自： I. Shaw
When the No. 13 bus came, Ann sat on the top deck at the front.
出自： B. Bainbridge
Daisies deck the green.
出自： J. Clare
Houses..decked with garlands and flowers.
出自： A. Moorehead
Here he was all decked out in..his Super-suede jacket, his silk shirt and Countess Mara tie.
出自： E. Reveley
We must deck the room out before they come back.
The mother is decking her daughter out.
She decked herself out with fine jewels.
Mary decked herself up for the party.
She always decks her boyfriend up.
The street was decked out in flags when the victory was won.
The Great Wall was decked out just like a new one.
The hall was decked up with banners and coloured ribbon.
The little girl was decked up in white.
She decked the bride with fine jewels.
Deck the halls with green branches.
The Christmas tree was decked with gifts.
The city was decked beautifully with so many cars.
The streets are decked with flags.