double-decker


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double-decker

1. A bus that has two levels, one positioned above the other. Can be used as a noun or an adjective. We took a double-decker bus tour of the city while we were there on vacation.
2. A sandwich that has two layers, one on top of the other. Can be used as a noun or an adjective. Wow Mom, you made me quite a double-decker for lunch! I don't think I can eat it all.

double-decker

1. n. a two-level bus. Some double-deckers don’t have tops.
2. n. a sandwich of two layers. He put away a giant double-decker and a glass of milk.
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Colourful rickshaws have also been arranged in the Walled City for the tourists of double-decker buses so that they could visit Lahore Fort, Badshahi Mosque and other historical sites as well as enjoy traditional food in the Food Street and other places in the Walled City.
If politicians need another prompt, double-decker motorways could also greatly help reduce road traffic collisions.
When the logs came off the trailer, they hit both the double-decker bus and the tow truck.
In the last year Gist has added 40 double-deckers to their fleet increasing pallet capacity by over 50 percent compared to standard 26 pallet trailers.
A THREE double-decker buses were used in the classic 1963 film.
A double-decker bus has had its top ripped off after crashing into a low railway bridge in Essex.
"It makes it feel like Baghdad is like any other capital." Iraq's transport ministry says 60 new double-decker buses, made in Jordan, will start running this week on state-run lines.
The double-decker bus stuck underneath a railway bridge in Darlington
Scene in Fishponds Road, Bristol, where 18 people were injured after the roof of a double-decker bus was torn off
Double-decker elevators are generally used in tall towers to improve efficiency and bring down energy consumption.
Chicago had similar problems in 1926 and their answer was to create a double-decker road.
Polynesian Adventure Tours, a US-based tour and transportation company in Hawaii, has introduced seven open-top, double-decker sightseeing buses.
The double-decker, which had around 34 pupils on board, toppled over at 3.52pm on Friday in Aberdeenshire.
Red-and-blue, double-decker buses have begun bouncing down Havana's potholed streets on sightseeing tours inspired by those in locales from London to Mexico City, reports AP.
The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has launched its first double-decker bus service on the Dubai-Sharjah route with the introduction of three 81-seater buses.