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Meaning of “window” - Learner’s Dictionary

window

noun [C]     /ˈwɪndəʊ/
GLASS
A1 a space in the wall of a building or vehicle that has glass in it, used for letting light and air inside and for looking through: Open the window if you're too hot. I could see the children's faces at the window. a window frame/ledge GlassWindows and parts of windows
COMPUTER
B1 a separate area on a computer screen showing information and which you can move around: to minimize/maximize a window →  See also French windows Computer concepts
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