Definition of show window in English:

show window

Syllabification: show win·dow


  • A store window looking onto a street, used for exhibiting goods.
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    • It is a time when there is much in the show window and nothing in the stockroom.
    • The delightful Keerthi Reddy, the famous actress, inaugurated the show window on Tuesday.
    • Browsing in New York last May, there was a huge advertisement in the show window of a Brooklyn store, boasting its stock of the latest top 40 hits.

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