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To punch someone very hard, knocking them to the ground in some cases - hence "deck", to "deck" someone as in putting them on a deck.
Johnny decked Tim, and he fell to the floor his face bleeding.
by Theo Townsend February 27, 2004
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Phrase meaning that a deceased cannot rest in peace until society changes due to the circumstances of a death.
People said rest in power for the unarmed man had been shot by the police.
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Wheels of steel, turntables, record players. Belt Driven or Direct Drive. Technics sl-1200 is acclaimed by DJ's everywhre as the industry standard.
Those numark battle decks are fly!
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New Zealanders pronounce this the way we pronounce dick. You can use this word when referring to a dick around innocent kids who have "young ears"
Be careful when messing around with that guys dangerous deck.
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"Deck," depending on context and where you're from, can be used to mean two different but similar things:

1. To punch someone very hard, usually in the face, making them fall to the ground.

2. To tackle someone very hard, taking them to the ground.

In both cases this comes from "hit the deck," meaning "fall to the floor rapidly."
Usage 1: Dude, did you see that fight? Jerry decked Paul right in the head!

Usage 2: Wow, did the linebacker really just deck the quarterback?
by einekleinenachtmusik November 22, 2010
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the wood panel for a skate board which the person stand apon, this affixes to the trucks
by jomba May 09, 2003
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