03221720-n 'a swinging or sliding barrier that will close the entrance to a room or building or vehicle';
Bulgarian врата
Catalan dispositiu de seguretat , botó de seguretat , porta
Chinese (simplified)
Danish dørplade , dør
Greek θύρα , πόρτα
English door98
Basque ate
Finnish ovi
French huis , porte
Croatian vrata
Indonesian pintu , laluan
Icelandic hurð
Italian porta , PSEUDOGAP! , portiera
Japanese , とば口 , 車のドア , , 木戸口 , ドア , , 玄関 , , 門戸 , 門口 , 戸板 , 入り口 , 戸口 , 開き戸 , 入口 , , 開き , 乗車口 , 開戸
Lithuanian durys
Dutch portier , deur
Nynorsk dør
Bokmål dørplate , dør
Polish drzwi
Portuguese portão , Portas , porta
Chinese (traditional)
Romanian ușă
Slovak dvere
Slovene vrata
Spanish seguro , puerta
Swedish dörr
Thai ประตู , บานประตู , พระทวาร
Malaysian pintu , laluan
Definitions
Italian
serramneto applicato all'apertura nel muro, serve ad aprire o chiudere il passaggio e mettere in comunicazione due ambienti; sportello di veicoli ― ho chiuso la porta molto piano per non far capire che uscivo
Japanese
部屋または建物または車の入り口を閉鎖するだろう揺れるかまたは滑っている柵 ― 彼はドアをノックした; 彼が去る時、彼はドアをバタンと閉めた
Romanian
Tăblia care închide cadrul fix prin care se face accesul în și dintr-o cameră sau clădire.
Greek
η επίπεδη κατασκευή που προσαρμόζεται στην είσοδο κτηρίου, δωματίου ή γενικότερα κλειστού χώρου ώστε να μπορεί κανείς να την κλείνει ή να την ανοίγει
English
a swinging or sliding barrier that will close the entrance to a room or building or vehicle ― he knocked on the door; he slammed the door as he left
Relations
Hyponym: car_door cargo_door double_door fire_door french_door interior_door revolving_door screen_door sliding_door storm_door swing_door trap_door
Hypernym: movable_barrier
Meronym–Part: lock
Holonym–Part: doorway
Semantic Field: artifactn
External Links

SUMO: ⊂ Door

TempoWN: (Past: 0.000; Present: 0.923; Future: 0.002)

SentiWN: (+0.00 -0.00) MLSentiCon: (+0.12 -0.00)


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