an 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; the glass in a window
She looked out of the window .
打开 / 关上窗户
to open/close the window
the bedroom/car/kitchen, etc. window
a broken window
I saw the dress I wanted in the window .
a window display
an area within a frame on a computer screen, in which a particular program is operating or in which information of a particular type is shown
建立 / 打开窗口
to create/open a window
a small area of sth that you can see through, for example to talk to sb or read sth on the other side
There was a long line of people at the box-office window.
The address must be clearly visible through the window of the envelope.
a way of seeing and learning about sth
Television is a sort of window on the world .
It gave me an intriguing window into the way people live.
a time when there is an opportunity to do sth, although it may not last long
We now have a small window of opportunity in which to make our views known.
to stop existing; to disappear completely
As soon as the kids arrived, order went out of the window.