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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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Double-decker coaches are impressive and technically highly complex vehicles and are often referred to as the premium class of touring coaches.
HS2 and the Government have made it clear that they are open to ideas like double-decker trains, which can boost capacity without costing much more.
Meanwhile, Managing Director Tourism Development Corporation of Punjab (TDCP) Ahmer Malik said, on the directions of Chief Minister Punjab Mohammad Shahbaz Sharif, number of double-decker buses would soon be increased.
More often seen speeding past Trafalgar Square, British-style double-decker buses are making a comeback in Baghdad, the latest sign that Iraq's capital is on the road to recovery after years of war and sanctions.
The Chinese firm Yutong offered a higher price of nearly 32 million euros for the double-deckers and 282,000 for the panorama buses.
In fact people living on Meadway Estate were told they would not have double-deckers running through the very narrow roads, but that was never adhered to.
The Assembly Government argues it does not have powers to issue statutory guidance against the use of double-decker buses.
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.
The seven new double-deckers provided by Cardiff Bus feature music videos on built-in television screens, to give the children something to focus on during the routine journey.
Now we get cast-offs from the Newcastle area, where twice in the last couple of years they have received new fleets of low floor double-deckers.
Britain's first single crew, double-deckers (with drivers collecting fares), were introduced by Wallasey Corporation, as long ago as 1958, following the launch of the revolutionary rear-engined Leyland Atlantean bus.
Stagecoach's entire order for all four companies added up to 13 single-deckers, 160 double-deckers, 165 midi-buses, 95 minibuses and 31 coaches.
On 9 December, the very last of the red double-deckers to be designed and built in London, by and for Londoners, plied its final journey over Westminster Bridge and into history.
Stuart was on the top deck when the bus crashed and the report called for double-deckers to be phased out.