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shut·ter

 (shŭt′ər)
n.
1. One that shuts, as:
a. A hinged cover or screen for a window, usually fitted with louvers.
b. A mechanical device of a camera that controls the duration of a photographic exposure, as by opening and closing to allow light coming through the lens to expose a plate or film.
2. shutters Music The movable louvers on a pipe organ, controlled by pedals, that open and close the swell box.
tr.v. shut·tered, shut·ter·ing, shut·ters
1. To furnish or close with shutters: locked the doors and shuttered the windows.
2. To cause to cease operations; close down: shuttered the store for the holiday.

shuttered

(ˈʃʌtəd)
adj
fitted with shuttershaving closed shutters
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.shuttered - provided with shutters or shutters as specified; often used in combination; "a church with a shuttered belfry and spire"; "green-shuttered cottages"
unshuttered - not provided with shutters or having the shuttered open; "unshuttered windows"
Translations
ذو دَرْفةِ خَشَبِيَّه
se zavřenými okenicemi
tilskoddet
redőnyös
meî lokuîum gluggahlerum
so zatvorenými okenicami
kepenkli

shuttered

[ˈʃʌtəd] ADJ [house, window] (= fitted with shutters) → con contraventanas; (= with shutters closed) → con las contraventanas cerradas
the windows were shuttered (= had shutters) → las ventanas tenían contraventana(s); (= had shutters closed) → las ventanas tenían las contraventanas cerradas

shuttered

adj
(= with shutters) housemit (Fenster)läden; door, windowmit Läden
(= with closed shutters) house, roommit geschlossenen (Fenster)läden; the people watched from behind shuttered windowsdie Leute sahen hinter den geschlossenen (Fenster)läden zu
(fig) a shuttered lookein verschlossener Blick

shuttered

[ˈʃʌtəd] adjcon le imposte

shutter

(ˈʃatə) noun
1. one of usually two usually wooden covers over a window. He closed the shutters.
2. the moving cover over the lens of a camera, which opens when a photograph is taken. When the shutter opens, light is allowed into the camera and reacts with the film.
ˈshuttered adjective
shuttered windows.
References in classic literature ?
The door, indeed, stood open as before; but the windows were still shuttered, the chimneys breathed no stain into the bright air, there sounded abroad none of that low stir (perhaps audible rather to the ear of the spirit than to the ear of the flesh) by which a house announces and betrays its human lodgers.
His eye was caught by a building of pale-blue tin, stencilled "Calvinist Chapel," before whose shuttered windows an Italian organ-grinder .
They went over to Troop's eighteen-hundred-dollar, blue-trimmed white house, with a retired dory full of nasturtiums in the front yard and a shuttered parlor which was a museum of oversea plunder.