There are 2 main definitions of sash in English:

sash1

Line breaks: sash
Pronunciation: /saʃ
 
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noun

A long strip or loop of cloth worn over one shoulder or round the waist, especially as part of a uniform or official dress.
More example sentences
  • On the bench where we were last sitting was a young man with long black hair, dressed in a tight black robe with a red sash tied around his waist.
  • He was dressed in a gorgeous robe with a golden sash tied around his waist and was standing tall and strong.
  • Young men in white shirts and red sashes grasped each other round the shoulders to form a ring fifteen feet across.
Synonyms

Origin

late 16th century (earlier as shash, denoting fine fabric twisted round the head as a turban): from Arabic šāš 'muslin, turban'.

Derivatives

sashed

adjective
[in combination]: a yellow-sashed Mexican orchestra
More example sentences
  • The W, S and E ranges had a third storey and battlements added in 1674, while the sashed windows existed from about 1718.
  • In fact the need for that quaint stone edged sashed window to open, to have real glass or to lend a view is irrelevant.
  • On one side, soft shades of terra-cotta, cream and black depict richly patterned, folded and sashed kimonos.

sashless

adjective
More example sentences
  • I do not want to look at my wedding pictures in ten years and hate my sashless dress.

Definition of sash in:

There are 2 main definitions of sash in English:

sash2

Line breaks: sash
Pronunciation: /saʃ
 
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noun

A frame holding the glass in a window, typically one of two sliding frames in a sash window.
More example sentences
  • Paint analysis showed that the doors, door frames, and window sashes on the second floor of the addition, long assumed to be painted pine, were actually black walnut.
  • They allow the hinge edge of the sash to slide away from the window frame as it opens.
  • One thing to note, however, a vinyl window with welded frame and sashes will be stronger and more durable than a cheaper one in which these are mechanically joined.

Origin

late 17th century: alteration of chassis, interpreted as plural.

Derivatives

sashed

adjective
More example sentences
  • In his first draft of the play, Barrie had no Hook at all: Peter himself was the villain, a ‘demon boy ‘swooping in the sashed windows.
  • Up and down the leafy avenues and Georgian squares of Dublin South East, the prosperity of the last five years drips from the sashed windows and four-wheel drives.
  • In fact the need for that quaint stone edged sashed window to open, to have real glass or to lend a view is irrelevant.

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