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The after part of the upper deck of a ship, usually reserved for officers.
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(Nautical Terms) nautical the after part of the weather deck of a ship, traditionally the deck on a naval vessel for official or ceremonial use
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the part of the weather deck of a vessel that runs from the midship area to the stern.
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|Noun||1.||quarterdeck - the stern area of a ship's upper deck|
deck - any of various platforms built into a vessel
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quarterdeck[ˈkwɔːtədek] N → alcázar m
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quarterdeckquarter-deck [ˈkwɔːrtərdɛk] n → plage f arrièrequarter-final quarterfinal [ˌkwɔːrtərˈfaɪnəl] (US) n → quart m de finalequarter-finalist [ˌkwɔːrtərˈfaɪnəlɪst] n → quart de finaliste mfquarter-hour [ˌkwɔːrtərˈaʊər] n (period of time) → quart m d'heure
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