deck out

  • 1 deck out — (someone/something) to decorate someone or something in something special. The stewards were decked out in beautiful new uniforms. Some salesman had decked the car out, giving it racing wheels and stripes on the sides …

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  • 2 deck out — verb put on special clothes to appear particularly appealing and attractive (Freq. 1) She never dresses up, even when she goes to the opera The young girls were all fancied up for the party • Syn: ↑overdress, ↑dress up, ↑fig out, ↑fig up, ↑ …

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  • 3 deck out — v. (D; refl., tr.) to deck out in (decked out in their Sunday best) * * * (D;refl.,tr.) to deck outin (deck outed out in their Sunday best) …

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  • 4 deck out — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms deck out : present tense I/you/we/they deck out he/she/it decks out present participle decking out past tense decked out past participle decked out to decorate a person or object with something, usually for a… …

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  • 5 deck out —    If you deck out someone or something, you dress or decorate them in a special way.     Paul decked out his car for the wedding …

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  • 6 deck out — PHRASAL VERB If a person or thing is decked out with or in something, they are decorated with it or wearing it, usually for a special occasion. [be V ed P] The cab was decked out with multi coloured lights... [V n P] She had decked him out from… …

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  • 7 deck out — verb a) To decorate (something). They decked the bar out with World Cup paraphernalia for June and July. b) To dress (someone) in fancy clothes. He was decked out as a successful pimp. Syn: adorn …

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  • 8 deck out — adj Dress up. Fred was really decked out for his date with Wendy. 1940s …

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  • 9 deck out — decorate; attach ornaments, lights, etc.; customize    His truck was all decked out with chrome trim and colored lights …

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  • 10 deck out — v. dress with special clothes in order to look especially attractive and appealing; dress up; prink …

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  • 11 deck out someone — deck out (someone/something) to decorate someone or something in something special. The stewards were decked out in beautiful new uniforms. Some salesman had decked the car out, giving it racing wheels and stripes on the sides …

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  • 12 deck out something — deck out (someone/something) to decorate someone or something in something special. The stewards were decked out in beautiful new uniforms. Some salesman had decked the car out, giving it racing wheels and stripes on the sides …

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  • 13 deck — Synonyms and related words: accouter, ace, adorn, apparel, appoint, array, attire, bag, bale, band, bang, bash, bat, beautify, bed, bedding, bedeck, bedizen, bedrape, belt, best bower, biff, bindle, blazon, blow down, blow over, boat deck, bolt,… …

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  • 14 deck — deck1 [ dek ] noun count ** ▸ 1 part of ship you walk on ▸ 2 level of vehicle/stadium ▸ 3 wood floor behind house ▸ 4 set of cards for games ▸ 5 tape deck/cassette deck ▸ 6 for records ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) the outside top part of a ship that you can… …

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  • 15 deck — I UK [dek] / US noun [countable] Word forms deck : singular deck plural decks ** 1) the outside top part of a ship that you can walk on on deck: A lot of passengers were sitting up on deck. below deck(s) (= inside and at a lower level than the… …

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  • 16 deck — [[t]de̱k[/t]] ♦♦♦ decks, decking, decked 1) N COUNT: oft supp N A deck on a vehicle such as a bus or ship is a lower or upper area of it. → See also flight deck ...sitting on the top deck of the number 13 bus. ...a luxury liner with five… …

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  • 17 deck — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. floor, platform, flooring; quarterdeck, forecastle, fo c sle; after, boat, flight, etc. deck; pack [of cards]. v. t. deck out, bedeck, ornament, array, adorn, decorate; slang, knock down (see impulse) …

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  • 18 deck — /dɛk / (say dek) noun 1. a horizontal platform extending from side to side of a ship or of part of a ship, forming a covering for the space below and itself serving as a floor. 2. any platform or part suggesting the deck of a ship. 3. a floor,… …

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  • 19 deck up — verb put on special clothes to appear particularly appealing and attractive She never dresses up, even when she goes to the opera The young girls were all fancied up for the party • Syn: ↑overdress, ↑dress up, ↑fig out, ↑fig up, ↑gussy up, ↑ …

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  • 20 deck — v outfit, deck out, Archaic. bedight, array, bedeck, bedizen, emblazon, Inf. trick out; adorn, decorate, embellish, ornament, garnish, enhance, trim, spangle; furbish, refurbish, preen, Inf. spruce up; beautify, enrich, elaborate, grace …

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