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English definition of “sunshade”

sunshade

noun [C] uk   /ˈsʌn.ʃeɪd/ us  
an object similar to an umbrella that you carry to protect yourself from light from the sun (US also umbrella) a larger folding frame of this type that you put into the ground to form an area that is sheltered from the light of the sun US for awning
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