Share this entry

Share this page

windowed

Syllabification: win·dowed
Pronunciation: /ˈwindōd
 
/

Definition of windowed in English:

adjective

1Having a window or windows for admitting light or air: [in combination]: a row of bay-windowed houses
More example sentences
  • The watery theme continues with multi colored shells in blue and green hues on the ceiling and windowed walls covered in a mirror material that's been antiqued to somewhat successfully resemble seawater.
  • Traveling Commodore Class, I was shown to a windowed cabin high up and forward on deck 7, a double arranged for single occupancy, with one bed made up and the other for use as a couch.
  • Just across the atrium, the Churchill Lounge beckons to those with an affinity for cigars and fine spirits in a cozy, windowed space that recalls an English gentleman's club.
2 Computing Having or using framed areas on a display screen for viewing information.
Example sentences
  • To change the screen resolution to windowed mode, you need to edit the game's configuration file.
  • Many projects have been started to supply Linux with a windowed environment.
  • Even those computer operating systems that are primarily text based - such as Unix - have point-and-click, windowed desktops available for them.

Definition of windowed in:

Share this entry

Share this page

 

What do you find interesting about this word or phrase?

Comments that don't adhere to our Community Guidelines may be moderated or removed.

Get more from Oxford Dictionaries

Subscribe to remove adverts and access premium resources

Word of the day terpsichorean
Pronunciation: ˌtəːpsɪkəˈriːən
adjective
relating to dancing