Definición de jalousie en inglés:

jalousie

Saltos de línea: jal¦ou|sie
Pronunciación: /ˈʒalʊziː
 
/

sustantivo

A blind or shutter made of a row of angled slats: he peeped between the half-open jalousies [as modifier]: jalousie windows
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • At Monticello there were what Jefferson called Venetian porches, which were fitted out with jalousies, or louvered blinds, constructed according to a drawing in Jefferson's hand (Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston).
  • He also called them his Venetian porches - a clear reference to the jalousies, or louvered blinds, that constitute the walls.
  • Although the jalousies are painted green, the interiors are not gloomy. In fact, the grass green color becomes more luminous in certain light and particularly when reflected off the plaster ceilings.

Origen

mid 18th century: French, literally 'jealousy', from Italian geloso 'jealous', also (by extension) 'screen', associated with the screening of women from view in the Middle East.

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