French doors

  n.
   a set of double doors composed of many small glass panes and narrow stiles

Locksmith dictionary . 2014.

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  • French doors — UK US noun [plural] french windows Thesaurus: doors and windowshyponym parts of doors and windowsmeronym * * * French doors, a pair of doors that have glass panes or panels and are hinged at t sides so that they open in the middle …   Useful english dictionary

  • French doors — n. two adjoining doors that have glass panes from top to bottom and are hinged at opposite sides of a doorway so that they open in the middle * * * …   Universalium

  • French doors — noun plural a pair of doors made mostly of glass that both open from the middle …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • French doors — n. two adjoining doors that have glass panes from top to bottom and are hinged at opposite sides of a doorway so that they open in the middle …   English World dictionary

  • French doors — n [plural] especially AmE ↑French windows …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • French doors — /frɛntʃ ˈdɔz/ (say french dawz) plural noun a pair of doors, often glazed, hinged to the doorjambs and opening in the middle …   Australian English dictionary

  • French doors — style of door which is comprised of two doors which open away from each other …   English contemporary dictionary

  • French doors — noun (plural) especially AmE french windows …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • French doors — UK / US noun [plural] French windows …   English dictionary

  • French door — French doors N COUNT: usu pl French doors are the same as French windows …   English dictionary

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