triple-decker


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tri·ple-deck·er

(trĭp′əl-dĕk′ər)
n.
Something, such as a structure or sandwich, that has three decks, floors, or layers.

tri′ple-deck′er



n.
a sandwich made of three slices of bread with two layers of filling; club sandwich.
[1945–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.triple-decker - made with three slices of usually toasted breadtriple-decker - made with three slices of usually toasted bread
sandwich - two (or more) slices of bread with a filling between them
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Work is well under way to construct a triple-decker junction where the A19 and A1058 Coast Road meet in North Tyneside.
Life for drivers hasn't been much better on the A1058 Coast Road in North Tyneside due to ongoing works to build a triple-decker roundabout at the Silverlink junction.
A triple-decker junction is being created at the meeting of the A19 and the A1058 Coast Road.
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TEESSIDE motorists heading north up the A19 are being urged to add extra time to their journeys as work gets under way on a PS75m triple-decker roundabout.
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Ahead of British Sandwich Week (May 8 to 14), SAM WYLIE-HARRIS suggests some top tipples to add a little extra bite to your sarnies WHETHER it's a triple-decker or a sub, we Brits devour more than 11.
Whether it's a triple-decker or a sub, chicken is our favourite fill and we devour more than 11.