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Translation of "window" - English-Spanish dictionary

window

noun   /ˈwɪn·dəʊ/
A1 a space in the wall of a building or car that has glass in it, used for letting light and air inside and for looking through ventana Open the window if you’re too hot.
B1 a separate area on a computer screen that you can move around ventana
(Definition of window from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

window

noun /ˈwindəu/
an opening in the wall of a building etc which is fitted with a frame of wood, metal etc containing glass or similar material, that can be seen through and usually opened ventana, ventanilla I saw her through the window Open/Close the window goods displayed in a shop-window.
window-box noun
a box on a window-ledge, in which plants may be grown. jardinera
window-dressing noun
the arranging of goods in a shop window. decoración de las vitrinas
window-dresser noun
escaparatista, decorador de escaparates
window-frame noun
the wooden or metal frame of a window. bastidor
window-ledge noun
a ledge at the bottom of a window (usually on the outside). alféizar
window-pane noun
one of the sheets of glass in a window. cristal, vidrio
window-shopping noun
looking at things in shop windows, but not actually buying anything. escaparate
window-sill noun
a ledge at the bottom of a window (inside or outside). alféizar
(Definition of window from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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