Definition of 'windscreen'
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A wooden hoarding which had been attached to an advertising board flew through his car windscreen into his head. The Sun (2017)The raised seating and the vast windscreen give the driver a panoramic view of the road. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There are curtain rails around the front windscreen for privacy. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Just last week a banana skin was left on her car windscreen. The Sun (2016)It emerged from the corner of the windscreen in front of me and began to explore the dashboard. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The windscreen and a window were damaged, which will cost a small fortune to repair. The Sun (2009)Most cars these days have one inside the front windscreen, hidden away. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Something went through the rear windscreen of my car, causing it all to cave in. The Sun (2015)Another was taken through the car windscreen, showing the motorway ahead. The Sun (2007)We went to inspect the car and she pointed to the top of the windscreen on the driver 's side. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I doubt the French would put it in their windscreen washer bottles. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The windscreen, the front wings and the bonnet are all shared, too. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They kept pounding my car windscreen - they clearly hadn't seen the results. The Sun (2007)And then it beamed the speed restriction on to the windscreen in front of me, where there could be very little excuse for not seeing it. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It has a streamline high-speed train look about it with a sweeping front windscreen, racy integral fog lamps in the front bumper and superb alloys. The Sun (2006)
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Translations for 'windscreen'
British English: windscreen /ˈwɪndˌskriːn/ NOUN
The windscreen of a car or other vehicle is the glass window at the front through which the driver looks.
- American English: windshield
- Arabic: حَاجِبَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: pára-brisa
- Chinese: 风挡玻璃
- Croatian: prednje staklo
- Czech: čelní sklo vozidla
- Danish: forrude
- Dutch: voorruit
- European Spanish: parabrisas
- Finnish: tuulilasi
- French: pare-brise
- German: Windschutzscheibe
- Greek: παρμπρίζ
- Italian: parabrezza
- Japanese: フロントガラス
- Korean: 앞유리
- Norwegian: frontrute
- Polish: przednia szyba
- European Portuguese: pára-brisas
- Romanian: parbriz
- Russian: лобовое стекло
- Spanish: parabrisas
- Swedish: vindruta
- Thai: กระจกหน้ารถ
- Turkish: ön cam
- Ukrainian: лобове скло
- Vietnamese: kính chắn gió
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