Definition of 'shop window'
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They will also stop advertising gaming machines from their betting shop windows. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The fashion icon is thrilled to live out her dream of making a stunning shop window display. The Sun (2010)A spokesman for the factory said they thought the slipper was for a shop window display. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Shop windows display tawdry goods from the 1970s and 1980s. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Despite the lack of shop window displays, I was determined to find a ring. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'shop window'
British English: shop window /ʃɒp ˈwɪndəʊ/ NOUN
A shop window is a large piece of glass along the front of a shop, behind which some of the goods that the shop sells are displayed.
- American English: store window
- Arabic: وَاجِهَةُ عَرْض
- Brazilian Portuguese: vitrina
- Chinese: 商店橱窗
- Croatian: izlog
- Czech: výloha obchodu
- Danish: butiksvindue
- Dutch: etalage
- European Spanish: escaparate
- Finnish: näyteikkuna
- French: vitrine
- German: Schaufenster
- Greek: βιτρίνα καταστήματος
- Italian: vetrina
- Japanese: ショーウィンドウ
- Korean: 상점 진열장
- Norwegian: butikkvindu
- Polish: witryna sklepowa
- European Portuguese: montra
- Romanian: vitrină
- Russian: витрина
- Spanish: vitrina
- Swedish: skyltfönster
- Thai: หน้าต่างตู้โชว์ของร้านค้า
- Turkish: vitrin
- Ukrainian: вітрина
- Vietnamese: tủ kính bày hàng
Definition of shop window from the Collins English Dictionary
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