Main meanings of through-deck in English

: through-deck1through-deck2

through-deck1

Pronunciation /ˈθruːdɛk/

noun

  • A deck, especially a flight deck, which runs the full length of a ship.

adjective

Origin

1960s; earliest use found in The Times. From through- + deck.

Main meanings of through-deck in English

: through-deck1through-deck2

through-deck2

Pronunciation /ˌθruːˈdɛk/

adjective

  • Of a fitting, component, etc.: that passes through the deck.

Origin

Late 19th century. From through + deck.