Word forms: 3rd person singular present
, present participle double-glazing
, past tense, past participle double-glazed
If someone double-glazes a house or its windows, they fit windows that have two layers of glass which keeps the inside of the house warmer and quieter. [mainly British]
[V n] ⇒ The company is now offering to double-glaze the windows for £3,900.
[have n V-ed] ⇒ We recently had our house double-glazed.
⇒ ...double-glazed windows..
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