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sunblind Line breaks: sun|blind
Pronunciation: /ˈsʌnblʌɪnd/

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Definition of sunblind in English:

noun

British
An awning erected over a window in sunny weather.
Example sentences
  • The glass roof is also capable of filtering out harmful infra-red rays from the sun, and comes with a sunblind for extra shade.
  • The panel also features a sunblind which can be pulled across offering extra shade.
  • I've fixed jeeps on the Altiplano, metal sunblinds in Sevilla and kitchen cupboards in the Outer Hebrides.

Words that rhyme with sunblind

colourblind • purblind

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