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ajar

adjective [after verb] uk   /əˈdʒɑːr/  us   /-ˈdʒɑːr/
If a door is ajar, it is slightly open: We left the door ajar so that we could hear what they were saying.
Translations of “ajar”
in Arabic مردود (مفتوح جزئيّا)…
in Korean 조금 열린…
in Malaysian terbuka…
in French entr’ouvert…
in Turkish aralık, az açık…
in Italian socchiuso, accostato…
in Chinese (Traditional) (門)微開的,半開的…
in Russian приоткрытый…
in Polish uchylony…
in Vietnamese khép hờ…
in Spanish entreabierto…
in Portuguese entreaberto…
in Thai เปิดแง้มอยู่…
in German angelehnt…
in Catalan entreobert…
in Japanese (戸が)少し開いている…
in Indonesian terbuka sedikit…
in Chinese (Simplified) (门)微开的,半开的…
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