Definition Of decking

verb

decorate or adorn brightly or festively.

Ingrid was decked out in her Sunday best

knock (someone) to the ground with a punch.

I thought Kent had become timid after Kareem decked him with one punch during his rookie year.

the material of the deck of a ship.

It is claimed that some teak benches in public parks in England that are still in use today are made of recycled decking from old sailing ships and are nearly a century old.

Example Of decking

  • Beams are of Douglas load-bearing fir, while the extra strength roof shingles and decking are of red Cedar.

  • Considering that the ship has been down almost 60 years, the wooden decking is in most places surprisingly intact, though it has rotted almost completely away in some areas.

  • Does any decking or framing need to be replaced?

  • Fixed to the wooden decking , the ship's wheel still stands upright.

  • From the raised wooden decking at the rear of the building, the view is spectacular.


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