doorframe


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doorframe

(ˈdɔːˌfreɪm)
n
(Architecture) a frame that supports a door. Also called: doorcase
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.doorframe - the frame that supports a door
doorjamb, doorpost - a jamb for a door
doorway, room access, door, threshold - the entrance (the space in a wall) through which you enter or leave a room or building; the space that a door can close; "he stuck his head in the doorway"
framework - a structure supporting or containing something
Translations

doorframe

[ˈdɔːfreɪm] Nmarco m de la puerta
References in classic literature ?
When he was ready, Aramis took him by the hand, and led him, making him place his foot with precaution on every step of the stairs, preventing him running against doorframes, turning him this way and that, as if Aramis had been the giant, and Porthos the dwarf.
Painting a doorframe in a bright shade looks super stylish, but takes just minutes.
Stand in a doorway with the backs of your hands pressed against the doorframe.
They know the soft wooden doorframe is no match for a few violent kicks.
Blood was spattered over the walls and doorframe and pictures and alcohol bottles were on the floor.
He dispenses with his grey 10-pound H and M vest, using it to slide down a telephone wire, before his briefs get torn off on a doorframe.
The Ghaziabad police have installed a doorframe metal detector at the main gate of Girnar society where Kejriwal lives with his family.
Pre-hung doors come already installed in the doorframe.
Fully integrated insect screens as well as blackout and sun shades discretely appear from and retract into the doorframe, maintaining clean lines and design aesthetics without the need for cumbersome curtains or blinds.
The doorframe waited as I did, for fingers To form around, I slept and would wake, due to that something, Heart thudding, no noise, no shadows, no faces, Just silence, It was mine, just for me, I could hear it
These serve presently to decorate the entrance (figure 2), and are clearly fragments of an originally much larger and more complex doorframe.
Fatima's winning entry, in the competition sponsored by Sony, featured a boy looking out from behind a doorframe, his innocence and beauty captured in the shot.