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sash 1

 (săsh)
n.
A band or ribbon worn about the waist as part of one's clothing or over the shoulder as a symbol of rank or status, or as part of academic dress.
tr.v. sashed, sash·ing, sash·es
To put a band or ribbon about (the waist).

[Arabic šāš, muslin; akin to Hebrew šēš, byssus, fine linen, both probably from Egyptian šs, linen.]

sash 2

 (săsh)
n.
A frame in which the panes of a window or door are set.
tr.v. sashed, sash·ing, sash·es
To furnish with a sash.

[Alteration of French châssis, frame (taken as pl.); see chassis.]

sash

(sæʃ)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a long piece of ribbon, silk, etc, worn around the waist like a belt or over one shoulder, as a symbol of rank
[C16: from Arabic shāsh muslin]

sash

(sæʃ)
n
(Building) a frame that contains the panes of a window or door
vb (tr)
(Building) to furnish with a sash, sashes, or sash windows
[C17: originally plural sashes, variant of shashes, from chassis]

sash1

(sæʃ)

n.
1. a long band or scarf worn over one shoulder or around the waist, as a part of one's ensemble or a uniform.
v.t.
2. to furnish or adorn with a sash: a dress sashed at the waist.
[1585–95; dissimilated variant of shash (turban of) muslin < Arabic shāsh]
sash′less, adj.

sash2

(sæʃ)

n.
1. a fixed or movable framework, as in a window or door, in which panes of glass are set.
2. such frameworks collectively.
v.t.
3. to furnish with sashes or with windows having sashes.
[1675–85; back formation from sashes (pl.), dissimilated variant of shashes chassis]

sash

- From Arabic shash, first a roll of silk, linen, or gauze worn about the head, a turban.
See also related terms for linen.

sash


Past participle: sashed
Gerund: sashing

Imperative
sash
sash
Present
I sash
you sash
he/she/it sashes
we sash
you sash
they sash
Preterite
I sashed
you sashed
he/she/it sashed
we sashed
you sashed
they sashed
Present Continuous
I am sashing
you are sashing
he/she/it is sashing
we are sashing
you are sashing
they are sashing
Present Perfect
I have sashed
you have sashed
he/she/it has sashed
we have sashed
you have sashed
they have sashed
Past Continuous
I was sashing
you were sashing
he/she/it was sashing
we were sashing
you were sashing
they were sashing
Past Perfect
I had sashed
you had sashed
he/she/it had sashed
we had sashed
you had sashed
they had sashed
Future
I will sash
you will sash
he/she/it will sash
we will sash
you will sash
they will sash
Future Perfect
I will have sashed
you will have sashed
he/she/it will have sashed
we will have sashed
you will have sashed
they will have sashed
Future Continuous
I will be sashing
you will be sashing
he/she/it will be sashing
we will be sashing
you will be sashing
they will be sashing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been sashing
you have been sashing
he/she/it has been sashing
we have been sashing
you have been sashing
they have been sashing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been sashing
you will have been sashing
he/she/it will have been sashing
we will have been sashing
you will have been sashing
they will have been sashing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been sashing
you had been sashing
he/she/it had been sashing
we had been sashing
you had been sashing
they had been sashing
Conditional
I would sash
you would sash
he/she/it would sash
we would sash
you would sash
they would sash
Past Conditional
I would have sashed
you would have sashed
he/she/it would have sashed
we would have sashed
you would have sashed
they would have sashed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sash - a framework that holds the panes of a window in the window framesash - a framework that holds the panes of a window in the window frame
casement - a window sash that is hinged (usually on one side)
framework - a structure supporting or containing something
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
2.sash - a band of material around the waist that strengthens a skirt or trouserssash - a band of material around the waist that strengthens a skirt or trousers
band - a thin flat strip of flexible material that is worn around the body or one of the limbs (especially to decorate the body)
cummerbund - a broad pleated sash worn as formal dress with a tuxedo

sash

noun belt, girdle, waistband, cummerbund She wore a white dress with a thin blue sash.
Translations
نافِذَة بإطارين مُنْزَلِقَيْنوِشاح
okenní křídlošerpa
skærfvinduesramme
borîiglugga-/hurîarkarmur
jostaloga rāmja puse/daļapleca šalle
okenné krídlošerpa
kuşakpencere çerçevesi

sash

1 [sæʃ] N [of dress etc] → faja f

sash

2 [sæʃ]
A. N (= window sash) → bastidor m de ventana, marco m de ventana
B. CPD sash cord Ncuerda f de ventana (de guillotina)
sash window Nventana f de guillotina

sash

[ˈsæʃ] n
(= long piece of cloth) → écharpe f
(in sash window)châssis m à guillotine

sash

:
sash cord
nGewichtsschnur f
sash saw
nSchlitzsäge f
sash window

sash

1
nSchärpe f

sash

2
n (= sash window)Schiebefenster nt; (= cord)Gewichtsschnur f

sash

1 [sæʃ] n (of dress) → fusciacca; (on uniform) → fascia

sash

2 [sæʃ] n (also window sash) → telaio

sash1

(sӕʃ) noun
a broad band of cloth worn round the waist, or over one shoulder. a white dress with a red sash at the waist.

sash2

(sӕʃ) noun
a frame fitted with glass, forming part of a window. the lower sash.
References in classic literature ?
He was clad in his full white and yellow uniform, as to receive his guests within, except that the sash or scarf had been unbound and lay rather crumpled by his side.
You are fourteen; and we consider ourselves young ladies at that age," continued Fanny, surveying, with complacency, the pile of hair on the top of her head, with a fringe of fuzz round her forehead, and a wavy lock streaming down her back; likewise, her scarlet-and-black suit, with its big sash, little pannier, bright buttons, points, rosettes, and, heaven knows what.
Glancing at the wall beyond, there might have been espied, hanging on their several pegs, a cap and feather, broadsword, sash, and coat of scarlet; which any man learned in such matters would have known from their make and pattern to be the uniform of a serjeant in the Royal East London Volunteers.
When I'm old enough to earn money, I'm going to have a dress like this leaf, all ruby color--thin, you know, with a sweeping train and ruffly, curly edges; then I think I'll have a brown sash like the trunk of the tree, and where could I be green?
Here is a bronzed Moor in a prodigious white turban, curiously embroidered jacket, gold and crimson sash, of many folds, wrapped round and round his waist, trousers that only come a little below his knee and yet have twenty yards of stuff in them, ornamented scimitar, bare shins, stockingless feet, yellow slippers, and gun of preposterous length--a mere soldier
When, just before entering the ballroom, the princess, her mother, tried to turn right side out of the ribbon of her sash, Kitty had drawn back a little.
He raised the sash and listened again--still silence.
A soft silken sash is much fitter for a pretty child like you than a plated harness like this; and I've got no end of Italian scarfs and Turkish sashes among my traps.
By way of helping on the preparations for the departure, and showing that she too could be useful at a moment so critical, this poor soul had taken up a sash of George's from the drawers whereon it lay, and followed him to and fro with the sash in her hand, looking on mutely as his packing proceeded.
At that moment Count Rostopchin with his protruding chin and alert eyes, wearing the uniform of a general with sash over his shoulder, entered the room, stepping briskly to the front of the crowd of gentry.
Upon examining the other window, a similar nail was seen similarly fitted in it; and a vigorous attempt to raise this sash, failed also.
Tom soon found himself tormented with a desire to drink and swear; the desire grew to be so intense that nothing but the hope of a chance to dis- play himself in his red sash kept him from withdrawing from the order.