double-hung window

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dou·ble-hung window

 (dŭb′əl-hŭng′)
n.
A window having two sashes that slide up and down.
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Noun1.double-hung window - a window having two sashes that slide up and down
shutter - a hinged blind for a window
window - a framework of wood or metal that contains a glass windowpane and is built into a wall or roof to admit light or air
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Double-hung sash window is the traditional style of window in the United Kingdom, and regions formerly colonized by the UK, with two parts (sashes) that overlap slightly and slideup and down inside the frame.
The double-hung sash window, which is found in a large variety of compositions and sizes, is the quintessential period type, although casement windows are also found.
The apartment has eight-foot Kolbe double-hung sash windows, individual heating and cooling units, and a storage unit on the cellar level.