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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsingle-deckerˌsingle-ˈdecker, single decker noun [countable] British English  a bus with only one level double-decker(1)single-decker adjective [only before noun] a single-decker bus
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single-deckerWith the stairs enclosed by wooden shutters, they could operate in bad weather as single-deckers.The single-deckers became known appropriately as railcoaches, a name which placed them firmly to the forefront of modern transport.In 1968 the fleet was renumbered, with single-deckers taking 600-series numbers and double-deckers 700-series.
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