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1(de ventana con bisagras) marco masculinobefore noun casement window — ventana cuya hoja u hojas se abren por medio de bisagras
- Leaded casement windows opened on to the tiny plaza in front of the cathedral and a breeze billowed tapestry-like curtains in the bedroom and sitting rooms.
- The room seems trashed beyond repair, while light spills through the casement windows beyond which green things are growing.
- Presently the casement creaked and swung open and his father called out.
- A casement window works like a door, with hinges on one side and the lock and handle on the other.
- An open casement window provides the painted studio's interior light.
- The thieves broke in by forcing a casement window in the dining room before ransacking the house.
- Light how pours in through a triple bank of windows and two casement windows beside the fireplace.
- She strode to the casement window, unlatched it and dropped her gaze to the chalky clearing ringed by juvenile rhododendrons and magnolia trees.
- The house is far from sumptuous, but comfortable - spotless linoleum floors, casement windows framed by floral curtains, utilitarian furniture.
- In the rest of Europe, wooden casement windows that open out like a door are the norm.
- Hinges on newer casement windows are generally pivot-arm hinges.
- The best windows are awning and casement styles because these often close tighter than sliding types.
- Dutton searched out contemporary-styled windows and doors that had the feel of the home's original materials - wide-mullioned casements and simple hardware.
- The timber casement windows are new, but much of the interior wood is original including the window shutters and some panelled doors.
- From the casement window of the bedroom I looked out over a profoundly rural scene.
- The large casement windows in his bedroom and the porch off his sitting room offered magnificent views of his treasured landscape.
- Through arched doors and lead-framed casements appear bridged lanes and castellated walls.
- The new room measures only 12x13 feet but feels far more spacious thanks to a large casement window and sliding glass doors that open onto a new deck.
- Each morning the inside casement windows are covered with heavy moisture.
- Sunlight was pouring through the large casement windows and Ted's room was warm.
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