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French window

n.
1. A pair or one of a pair of windows extending to the floor and opening in the middle.
2. A casement window.
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French′ win′dow


n.
one of a pair of casement windows extending to the floor and usu. giving access, as from a room to a porch.
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Noun1.French window - a French door situated in an exterior wall of a buildingFrench window - a French door situated in an exterior wall of a building
French door - a light door with transparent or glazed panels extending the full length
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