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Yet tall sash windows on the plan will look no different from something half the size. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It gets afternoon sunlight through the sash windows. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It faces the front and has high sash windows with flamboyant curtains. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It will be the first time that a president has handed over the sash of office to his wife after a democratic vote. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Two of the walls have the original floor-to-ceiling sash windows. Times, Sunday Times (2010)So many powerful men, all in white tie and those red sash things. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I imagine they get to keep the crown and the sash. The Sun (2012)It is the coldest day of the year and there is no warm welcome in the bedroom as the sash window has been left open. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There he cut a memorable figure with his red sash, billowing white shirt and stupendous head of crisp wavy hair. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)British pageants are boring and I really wanted to win a big crown and sash. The Sun (2012)Steel noticed the broad orange sash around the Captain's waist. Man of Honour (2007)It has a cast-iron veranda, white stucco and sash windows. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He had changed his clothes and was now dressed in a linen robe just like mine, except his had a sash tied around the waist. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Reynolds, whose statue currently bears that red sash, was the first president. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I suggest a Che Guevara beret and maybe a red sash. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It was then tied at the waist by a silk sash, usually pale blue or striped, and often worn with a straw hat. PERDITA: The Life of Mary Robinson (2004)
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Translations for 'sash'
British English: sash NOUN
A sash is a long piece of cloth which people wear round their waist or over one shoulder, especially with formal or official clothes.
She wore a white dress with a thin blue sash.
Definition of sash from the Collins English Dictionary
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