shop window


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Noun1.shop window - a window of a store facing onto the streetshop window - a window of a store facing onto the street; used to display merchandise for sale in the store
shopfront, storefront - the front side of a store facing the street; usually contains display windows
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
Translations
výloha
butiksvindue
näyteikkunaikkuna
izlog
kirakat
ショーウィンドウ
상점 진열장
fenestra tabernaria
vitrina
vitrină
výklad
izložbaizložbeno okno
skyltfönster
หน้าต่างตู้โชว์ของร้านค้า
tủ kính bày hàng

shop window

nvetrina

shop window

وَاجِهَةُ عَرْض výloha butiksvindue Schaufenster βιτρίνα καταστήματος escaparate, vitrina näyteikkuna vitrine izlog vetrina ショーウィンドウ 상점 진열장 etalage butikkvindu witryna sklepowa montra, vitrina витрина skyltfönster หน้าต่างตู้โชว์ของร้านค้า vitrin tủ kính bày hàng 商店橱窗
References in classic literature ?
But this corner was also attractive to youth at a later stage; and a young man, not less than twenty-four, was staring into the same shop window. To him, also, the shop was of fiery charm, but this attraction was not wholly to be explained by chocolates; which, however, he was far from despising.
The girl marched to that article, removed it with some clatter, and put it back in the shop window; she then returned, and, putting her elegant elbows on the table, regarded the young man not unfavourably but with considerable exasperation.
The porter of the flats swears that no suspicious characters have been seen, and here he has pasted up a sort of dado on a public shop window, while the people in the shop--"
Their eyes were immediately wandering up in the street in quest of the officers, and nothing less than a very smart bonnet indeed, or a really new muslin in a shop window, could recall them.
Come down, and undo the shop window, that I may get in that way.'
At a corner of Sixth Avenue electric lights and cunningly displayed wares behind plate-glass made a shop window conspicuous.
The difference between them was that he kept the curtain of his shop window down.
Do you know, I saw the prettiest hat you can imagine, in a shop window in Milsom Street just now -- very like yours, only with coquelicot ribbons instead of green; I quite longed for it.
She had seen some beautiful patterns, veritable bargains in the shop windows. And still there would be left enough for new stockings--two pairs apiece--and what darning that would save for a while!
Those buckskin legs and calves of legs I've seen in shop windows wouldn't compare at all.
It was simply in the fact that she was an actress,--a real, live, famous actress, whose photographs made shop windows beautiful,--come right out of my boy's fairyland of the theatre, actually to sit eating and drinking, quite in a real way, at my side.
The annual Midlands News Association Shop Window Competition was held over the last couple of weeks.