windownoun

  • ja窓、ウィンドウ
  • enan opening in the wall or roof of a building, car, etc., usually covered with glass, that allows light and air to come in and people to see out

Examples

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Jake, what's happening?
2.
What is this ledge?
3.
You must have tried to escape out the window, and then your memory reset.
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Mute
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You're dead.
2.
Sorry about your window.
3.
- Have a good night! - But you're welcome for not getting robbed!
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Mute
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All the windows have been replaced with maxi-glass.
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They're quite unbreakable.
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Mute
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Windows and doors locked from the inside.
2.
Nobody in or out.
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Careful of the angle.
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Okay, okay. We're approaching the window.
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Well, we’re not leaving a baby in the car.
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He’ll be fine.
3.
I cracked the window.

Other meanings for window...

windownoun

  • ja〔あることをするための〕時間帯、好機
  • ena period of time during which something can or must happen
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Eagle, you are 30 seconds to P-64.
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Roger, and I've got the window.
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On the master calendar,
2.
we will track ovulation windows, menstruation cycles, and every uterine deposit.
3.
"Uterine deposit," is that what we're calling sex now?
4.
It seems a little clinical.
5.
Well, you can always shorten it to "U.D." or "ud."
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That would have been so great.
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It would have been really nice.
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No, I believe she's in a relationship now.
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The window closed.
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You had a chance.
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But that little moment of time, that window of time,
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you hang out more than your family.