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Doors British & World English

An American rock group chiefly remembered for flamboyant lead singer Jim Morrison (1943–71) and for dramatic songs such as ‘Light My Fire’ (1967)

door British & World English

A hinged, sliding, or revolving barrier at the entrance to a building, room, or vehicle, or in the framework of a cupboard

early doors British & World English

Early on, especially in a game or contest

out of doors British & World English

In or into the open air

blow the doors off British & World English

Be considerably better or more successful than

behind closed doors British & World English

Taking place secretly or without public knowledge

early doors in early British & World English

Early on, especially in a game or contest

cat flap British & World English

A small hinged flap in an outer door, through which a cat may enter or leave a building

out of doors in door British & World English

In or into the open air

back door British & World English

The rear door of a building

barn door British & World English

The large door of a barn

fire door British & World English

A fire-resistant door to prevent the spread of fire

French door British & World English

A French window

front door British & World English

The main entrance to a house

half-door British & World English

A door of half the usual size, typically covering the bottom half of an opening (e.g., in a stable)

pass door British & World English

A door in a theatre connecting the backstage area and the auditorium

patio door British & World English

A large glass sliding door leading to a patio, garden, or balcony

screen door British & World English

The outer door of a pair, used for protection against insects, weather, etc.

side door British & World English

A door at the side of a building

stage door British & World English

An actors' and workmen’s entrance from the street to the area of a theatre behind the stage

storm door British & World English

An additional outer door for protection in bad weather or winter

street door British & World English

The main door of a house opening on to the street

swing door British & World English

A door that can be opened in either direction and is closed by a spring device when released

trapdoor British & World English

A hinged or removable panel in a floor, ceiling, or roof

wicket door in wicket British & World English

A small door or gate, especially one beside or in a larger one

wire door British & World English

A door with a surface of wire mesh which allows for ventilation but keeps out flying insects

folding door British & World English

A door with vertical jointed sections that can be folded together to one side to allow access to a room or building

sliding door British & World English

A door drawn across an aperture on a groove or suspended from a track, rather than turning on hinges

behind closed doors in closed British & World English

Taking place secretly or without public knowledge

revolving door British & World English

An entrance to a large building in which four partitions turn about a central axis

blow the doors off in blow1 British & World English

Be considerably better or more successful than

out of doors in door English Thesaurus

food tastes even better out of doors