Definición de window in Inglés windowPronunciación: /ˈwɪndəʊ/Traducir window | al francés | al alemán | al italiano | al español noun 1an opening in the wall or roof of a building or vehicle, fitted with glass in a frame to admit light or air and allow people to see out. a pane of glass filling a window:thieves smashed a window and took £600 an opening in a wall or screen through which customers are served in a bank, ticket office, or similar building. a space behind the window of a shop where goods are displayed for sale: [as modifier]:beautiful window displays a means of observing and learning about something:television is a window on the world 2a transparent panel on an envelope to show an address. 3 Computing a framed area on a display screen for viewing information. 4an interval or opportunity for action:the parliamentary recess offers a good window for a bid an interval during which atmospheric and astronomical circumstances are suitable for the launch of a spacecraft. 5 Physics a range of electromagnetic wavelengths for which a medium (especially the atmosphere) is transparent. 6 [mass noun] strips of metal foil dispersed in the air to obstruct radar detection. [military code word]Phrases go out (of) the window informal (of a plan or pattern of behaviour) no longer exist; disappear: all pretence at unity went out of the window as cabinet colleagues traded insults window of opportunity a favourable opportunity for doing something that must be seized immediately. window of vulnerability an opportunity to attack something that is at risk (especially as a cold war claim that America’s land-based missiles were easy targets for a Soviet first strike). the windows of the soul literary the eyes. Derivatives windowless adjective Origin: Middle English: from Old Norse vindauga, from vindr 'wind' + auga 'eye'window en otros diccionarios Oxford Definición de window en el diccionario de Inglés de EE.UU.