Definition of Roman blind in English:

Roman blind

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  • A window blind made of fabric that draws up into pleats.
    More example sentences
    • Dress your windows in style with a Roman blind made from sumptuous fabric.
    • To keep the room looking modern, Judith Wilson suggests fuss-free window treatments with a blackout lining or neat options such as a roller blind, Roman blind or wooden shutters.
    • Features include maple floors, nine foot high ceilings and Roman blinds.

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