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cur·tain

 (kûr′tn)
n.
1. A piece of fabric or other material that hangs in a window or open space as a decoration, shade, screen, or divider.
2. Something that functions as or resembles a screen, cover, divider, or barrier: the curtain of mist before the mountain; a heavy curtain of artillery fire.
3.
a. The movable screen or drape in a theater or hall that separates the stage from the auditorium or that serves as a backdrop.
b. The rising or opening of a theater curtain at the beginning of a performance or act.
c. The time at which a theatrical performance begins or is scheduled to begin.
d. The fall or closing of a theater curtain at the end of a performance or act.
4. The part of a rampart or parapet connecting two bastions or gates.
5. Architecture A curtain wall.
6. curtains Slang
a. The end.
b. Absolute ruin: "If the employee doesn't shape up, it's curtains" (Business Week).
c. Death.
tr.v. cur·tained, cur·tain·ing, cur·tains
1. To provide (something) with a curtain or curtains.
2. To close off (something) with a curtain or curtains.

[Middle English cortine, from Old French, from Late Latin cōrtīna, from Latin cōrs, cōrt-, variant of cohors, court; see court.]

curtained

(ˈkɜːtənd)
adj
(Furniture) with a curtain in front of it
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.curtained - furnished or concealed with curtains or draperies; "a curtained alcove"
curtainless, uncurtained - not provided with curtains; "blank, curtainless windows stared back at her"
Translations

curtained

[ˈkɜːtənd] ADJ [door etc] → con cortina(s)

curtained

[ˈkɜːrtənd] adj [window, door, opening] → garni(e) de rideaux (or d'un rideau)curtain-raiser [ˈkɜːrtənreɪzər] n
(THEATRE)lever m de rideau
(= match) → match m inaugural (= concert) → concert m inaugural
to be a curtain-raiser to sth → inaugurer qch