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Meaning of “curtain” - Learner’s Dictionary

curtain

noun [C]     /ˈkɜːtən/
A2 a piece of material that hangs down to cover a window, stage, etc: to draw the curtains (= open or close them) The curtain goes up (= the performance starts) at 8 o'clock . Curtains and wallpaperTheatres, cinemas and their parts
Translations of “curtain”
in Arabic سِتارة…
in Korean 커튼…
in Malaysian tirai…
in French rideau…
in Turkish perde…
in Italian tenda…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指布質的)簾,窗簾,門簾, 簾狀物,幕狀物, (舞臺上的)帷幕,幕布…
in Russian занавеска, занавес…
in Polish zasłona, kurtyna…
in Vietnamese màn cửa…
in Spanish cortina…
in Portuguese cortina…
in Thai ม่าน…
in German der Vorhang…
in Catalan cortina…
in Japanese カーテン…
in Indonesian tirai…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指布质的)帘,窗帘,门帘, 帘状物,幕状物, (舞台上的)帷幕,幕布…
(Definition of curtain from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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