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doornoun [C]

uk   /dɔːr/  us   /dɔːr/
A1 a flat object that is used to close the entrance of something such as a room or building, or the entrance itself: the front door the back door a car door a sliding door The door to his bedroom was locked. We could hear someone knocking at/on the door. Could you open/close/shut the door, please? She asked me to answer the door (= go and open it for someone).be on the door to work at the entrance of a building, collecting tickets or preventing particular people from entering used to refer to a house or other building: Sam only lives a few doors (away/up/down) from us. The people next door (to us) (= living in the house next to us) aren't very friendly.out of doors outside in the open air
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en árabe باب…
en coreano 문…
in Malaysian pintu, mencapai…
en francés porte, voie…
en turco kapı, giriş, antre…
en italiano porta…
en chino (tradicionál) 門, 房子,建築物…
en ruso дверь, вход…
en polaco drzwi…
in Vietnamese cái cửa, phương tiện để đạt được cái gì…
en español puerta…
en portugués porta…
in Thai ประตู, วิธีการ…
en alemán die Tür, das Tor…
en catalán porta…
en japonés ドア…
in Indonesian pintu, sarana…
en chino (simplificado) 门, 房子,建筑物…
(Definition of door from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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