Definition of French door in English:

French door

Syllabification: French door

noun

chiefly North American
1A door with glass panes throughout its length.
More example sentences
  • The result is an unobstructed view from the front door through the rear French doors to the massive fireplace.
  • Each pane of glass in a French door is referred to as a light.
  • Glass panelled French doors lead through to the dining room, which has space for a table to seat ten and enjoys garden views.
1.1A French window.
More example sentences
  • The master bedroom has a relaxation zone by the fireplace and the French doors, which open to a deck.
  • Throw in patio and French doors, and you can see that the traditional rectangle is not the only story when it comes to covering your windows.
  • A wall of windows with French doors leading to a patio gave Jody the light she wanted while also providing access to the garden.

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