Significado de “door” - en el Diccionario Inglés

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door en inglés británico

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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

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

Más ejemplos

  • I'd only gone a little way down the street when I remembered I hadn't locked the door.
  • The sign on the toilet door said 'Engaged'.
  • Our new sofa doesn't fit through the door.
  • Soldiers guard the main doors of the embassy.
  • He got his bag caught in the train doors as they were closing.

(Definición de door del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

door en inglés americano

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doornoun [ C ]

us /dɔr, doʊr/

a flat, usually rectangular, object that is fixed at one edge and is used to close the entrance to something such as a room, building, or vehicle, or the entrance itself:

the front/back door
We’d like to rent a four-door car.
I’ll meet you at the main door of the library.
Would you open/close/shut the door, please?
The door to his bedroom was locked from the inside.
Mom, there’s someone at the door (= outside the front door).

Door is also used to refer to a house or other building:

Sam lives just a few doors away/up/down from us.
They live next door to us (= in the house beside ours).

Modismos

(Definición de door del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)