Dou"ble-deck"er(?), n. 1. (Naut.) 1. A man-of-war having two gun decks.
2. (a) A tenement house having two families on each floor.
[Local, U. S.] (b) A biplane aroplane or kite.
[Webster 1913 Suppl.]
3. anything having two decks or levels, as a bus with two levels for passengers. In older vehicles, less often today, the upper deck was open, as on street cars.
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