window

window
'windəu
noun
(an opening in the wall of a building etc which is fitted with a frame of wood, metal etc containing glass or similar material, that can be seen through and usually opened: I saw her through the window; Open/Close the window; goods displayed in a shop-window.) ventana, ventanilla
- window-dressing
- window-dresser
- window-frame
- window-ledge
- window-pane
- window-shopping
- window-sill

window n
1. ventana
open the window, it's hot abre la ventana, hace calor
2. cristal
the boy broke a window el chico rompió un cristal
3. escaparate
how much is that dress in the window? ¿cuánto vale el vestido del escaparate?
window
tr['wɪndəʊ]
noun
1 (gen) ventana
open the window abre la ventana
he was looking out (of) the window miraba por la ventana
2 (in vehicle, bank, theatre, etc) ventanilla
3 (of shop) escaparate nombre masculino
how much is that dress in the window? ¿cuánto cuesta ese vestido del escaparate?
4 (glass) cristal nombre masculino
the ball broke the window el balón rompió el cristal
the windows need cleaning hay que limpiar los cristales
5 SMALLCOMPUTING/SMALL ventana
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
window box jardinera
window cleaner limpiacristales mf inv
window envelope sobre nombre masculino con ventanilla
window seat asiento junto a la ventanilla
window shade SMALLAMERICAN ENGLISH/SMALL persiana
window ['wɪn.do:] n
1) : ventana f (de un edificio o una computadora), ventanilla f (de un vehículo o avión), vitrina f (de una tienda)
window
n.
ventana s.f.
ventanilla s.f.
'wɪndəʊ
noun
1)
a) (of building) ventana f; (of car) ventanilla f, luna f; (of shop) escaparate m (esp Esp), vitrina f (AmL), vidriera f (AmL)

to clean the windows — limpiar los vidrios or (Esp) cristales

to fly/go out (of) the window — \<\<plans\>\> venirse* abajo, desbaratarse; \<\<hopes\>\> desvanecerse*

to throw something out (of) the window — (colloq) echar algo por la borda; (before n)

window box — jardinera f

window cleaner — (product) limpiacristales m, limpiavidrios m (esp AmL); (person) limpiacristales mf, limpiavidrios mf (esp AmL)

window ledge — alféizar m or repisa f de la ventana

b) (sales counter) ventanilla f
2) (Comput) ventana f, recuadro m
['wɪndǝʊ]
1. N
1) (also Comput) ventana f ; (=shop window) escaparate m , vitrina f (LAm), vidriera f (S. Cone); [of booking office, car, envelope] ventanilla f

to lean out of the window — asomarse a la ventana

to look out of the window — mirar por la ventana

to break a window — romper un cristal or (LAm) un vidrio

- fly out of the window: common sense flies out of the window
2) (=period of time) espacio m
2.
CPD

window box N — jardinera f de ventana

window cleaner N(=liquid) limpiacristales m inv ; (=person) limpiacristales mf inv

window display N — escaparate m

window dresser N — escaparatista mf , decorador(a) m / f de escaparates

window dressing N — escaparatismo m , decoración f de escaparates; (in accounts etc) presentación f de información especiosa

it's all just window dressing — (fig) es pura fachada

window envelope N — sobre m de ventanilla

window frame N — marco m de ventana

window ledge N — antepecho m , alféizar m de la ventana

window of opportunity N — excelente oportunidad f , oportunidad f única

window pane N — cristal m , vidrio m (LAm)

window seat N — asiento m junto a la ventana; (Rail etc) asiento m junto a una ventanilla

window shade N(US) (in one-piece) estor m ; (slatted) persiana f

* * *
['wɪndəʊ]
noun
1)
a) (of building) ventana f; (of car) ventanilla f, luna f; (of shop) escaparate m (esp Esp), vitrina f (AmL), vidriera f (AmL)

to clean the windows — limpiar los vidrios or (Esp) cristales

to fly/go out (of) the window — \<\<plans\>\> venirse* abajo, desbaratarse; \<\<hopes\>\> desvanecerse*

to throw something out (of) the window — (colloq) echar algo por la borda; (before n)

window box — jardinera f

window cleaner — (product) limpiacristales m, limpiavidrios m (esp AmL); (person) limpiacristales mf, limpiavidrios mf (esp AmL)

window ledge — alféizar m or repisa f de la ventana

b) (sales counter) ventanilla f
2) (Comput) ventana f, recuadro m

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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