Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A pane of usually curved glass or other transparent shielding mounted in front of the occupants of a vehicle to protect them from the wind.
  • noun A shield placed to protect an object from the wind.

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  • noun North America A transparent screen made of glass, located at the front of a vehicle in front of its occupants to protect them from the wind and weather.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun transparent screen (as of glass) to protect occupants of a vehicle

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Examples

  • A quick glance that there was a sticker on the windshield is the most I've ever had to provide. chinagringo

    Expired Mexican Car Permit

  • A quick glance that there was a sticker on the windshield is the most I've ever had to provide. chinagringo

    Expired Mexican Car Permit

  • A quick glance that there was a sticker on the windshield is the most I've ever had to provide. chinagringo

    Expired Mexican Car Permit

  • A quick glance that there was a sticker on the windshield is the most I've ever had to provide. chinagringo

    Expired Mexican Car Permit

  • A quick glance that there was a sticker on the windshield is the most I've ever had to provide. chinagringo

    Expired Mexican Car Permit

  • A quick glance that there was a sticker on the windshield is the most I've ever had to provide. chinagringo

    Expired Mexican Car Permit

  • A quick glance that there was a sticker on the windshield is the most I've ever had to provide. chinagringo

    Expired Mexican Car Permit

  • A quick glance that there was a sticker on the windshield is the most I've ever had to provide. chinagringo

    Expired Mexican Car Permit

  • A quick glance that there was a sticker on the windshield is the most I've ever had to provide. chinagringo

    Expired Mexican Car Permit

  • A quick glance that there was a sticker on the windshield is the most I've ever had to provide. chinagringo

    Expired Mexican Car Permit

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