Definition of redeck in English:

redeck

verb

  • 1with object Chiefly literary and poetic. To adorn again, to reclothe (a person or thing).

  • 2with object To provide (a pier, a boat, a roof, etc.) with a new deck.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in Elizabeth Griffith (1727–1793), playwright and writer. From re- + deck.

Pronunciation

redeck

/ˌriːˈdɛk/