from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A curtain of light and translucent material intended to be secured directly to the woodwork of a French casement window or a glazed door.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A curtain made from a material of light texture, designed to be fastened to a window or a glass door.


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  • They invented the technique called vitrage, which produces a sinuous, mosaic pattern in countless color themes.

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  • Tarik est ensuite placé dans une chambre sécurisée, avec double vitrage.

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  • “Hélas, l’oiseau qui fuit ce qu’il croit l’esclavage, d’un vol désespéré revient battre au vitrage” and the death of Manon:

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