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sliding door

Line breaks: slid¦ing door

Definition of sliding door in English:

noun

A door drawn across an aperture on a groove or suspended from a track, rather than turning on hinges.
Example sentences
  • They developed a full range including pivot doors, sliding doors, square sliding doors and curvy ones.
  • And when you have the sliding door out of the track, give the sill and channel a good cleaning.
  • A large steel staircase led up to a second floor with two sliding doors.

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