casement

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Englisch - Englisch
a window having such sashes; a casement window
a casemate
a window sash that is hinged on the side and opens outward
{n} a part of a window having hinges
A window sash that swings open at the side
A window sash that is hinged on the side
A window in which the sash swings on its vertical edge, so it may be swung in or out
Crank windows that are hinged on one side and open like a door In our plans, these windows usually go over the sink in the kitchen
Side hinged
a window shash that is hinged (usually on one side)
A window sash that swings open on side hinges; in-swinging are French in origin; out-swinging are from England
A casement or a casement window is a window that opens by means of hinges, usually at the side. a window that opens like a door with hinges at one side (Probably from encassement , from casse; CASE)
a cloth drapery that is of an open-weave material, but more opaque that a sheer
{i} hinged window
(Poetically) A window
A window sash hung by hinges fastened to the jamb of the window frame
A window with the sash hinged on the side
A window whose frame is hinged at the side
A single unit of glass, generally longer vertically than horizontally, that can either be opened to the outside (most common) or inside
A cloth drapery made of an open weave material that's normally somewhat opaque
A window sash opening on hinges affixed to the upright side of the frame into which it is fitted
a cloth drapery that is of an open-weave material, but more opaque than a sheer
A hinged window usually opening outwards
A type of window that when the handle is cranked, the window opens out away from the house pivoting from one of the jambs
A window that opens by being hinged along one side
A glazed frame or sash which is either hinged or pivoted
Frames of wood or metal enclosing part (or all) of a window sash May be opened by means of hinges affixed to the vertical edges
An operating window that is hinged to open on either the left or right vertical jamb Marvin produces these windows in either wood or aluminum clad exteriors under the Casemaster trade name Marvin's Integrity product line also features a casement built from their ultrex fiberglass composite material
A window that hinges on the side, locks on the side, and projects out vertically when in an open position
Window sash which swings open on side hinges; in-swinging are French in origin while out-swinging are from England
casement window
A window that has frames hinged on the side and that opens outward
casement windows
plural form of casement window
casement window
A window that pivots on axis at or near the vertical edge of the sash casing - The wood finish pieces surrounding the frame of a window or door
casement window
A window that swings open from the side, usually to the exterior
casement window
A window that opens by swinging inward or outward much like a door Casement windows are usually vertical in shape but are often grouped in bands
casement window
a window with one or more casements
casement window
A window hinged on its sides that allows it to swing open vertically
casement window
A window hinged on its sides to allow it to swing open vertically
casement window
A metal or wooden window that opens outward or inward
casement window
A window with hinges on one of the vertical sides and swings open like a normal door (see diagram)
casement window
A window with a sash hung about a vertical axis by hinges at the side
casement window
– A standard window with either top or side hung openings or fixed panes, or any combination of these
casement window
a window opening on hinges, which are generally attached to the sides of the window frame
casement window
A frame which contains a sash hinged at the side to open in or out
casement window
An opening window which is hinged at the side
casement window
A window with the sash hinged on the side to open outward
casement window
Hinged Window which swings out, rather than moving up and down
casement window
Two-part window where each half is side hinged to swing in or out
casement window
A window sash opening outward on side hinges
casement window
A window that swings open from the side, usually to the exterior Outswing casement windows are generally the most energy efficient of modern window styles Kolbe & Kolbe offers casements in several mull configurations We offer casement picture windows, casement bow windows, 30o and 45o bay windows, and 90o bay windows Other standard casement styles include casement transoms, casement studio units, French casements, segment head and half-circle top casements, and custom square-out segment-in casements Inswing casements are also available (View single casement window illustration For various types, click on the links within the text )
casement window
A window in which the sash (frame that holds the glass) is hinged on one side to swing open
casement window
-Style of window that typically opens out with a crank mechanism
casement window
A window with hinges on one of the vertical sides and swings open like a normal door
casement window
Traditional outward opening window
casement window
A window with hinges along one of its vertical sides and opened like a door The screen is attached on the inside of a casement window
casement window
Window with one or more casements
casement window
A window with a side-hinged sash that opens outward for ventilation
Sir Roger Casement
born Sept. 1, 1864, Kingstown, County Dublin, Ire. died Aug. 3, 1916, London, Eng. British civil servant and Irish rebel. As British consul in Africa (1895-1904) and Brazil (1906-11), he became famous for his reports revealing white traders' cruel exploitation of native labour in the Congo and in the Putumayo River region of Peru. Ill health forced his retirement to Ireland (1912), where he joined the Irish nationalists and helped form the Irish National Volunteers. After World War I broke out, he sought German support for the Irish independence movement. For his additional intrigue in the Easter Rising, he was convicted of treason and hanged. His execution made him an Irish martyr in the revolt against British rule in Ireland
Sir Roger David Casement
born Sept. 1, 1864, Kingstown, County Dublin, Ire. died Aug. 3, 1916, London, Eng. British civil servant and Irish rebel. As British consul in Africa (1895-1904) and Brazil (1906-11), he became famous for his reports revealing white traders' cruel exploitation of native labour in the Congo and in the Putumayo River region of Peru. Ill health forced his retirement to Ireland (1912), where he joined the Irish nationalists and helped form the Irish National Volunteers. After World War I broke out, he sought German support for the Irish independence movement. For his additional intrigue in the Easter Rising, he was convicted of treason and hanged. His execution made him an Irish martyr in the revolt against British rule in Ireland
casements
plural of casement
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von casement im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

çift kanatlı pencere casement window
(consisting of two sashes)
casement

    Silbentrennung

    Case·ment

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    Etymologie

    [ 'kAs-m&nt ] (noun.) 15th century. Middle English, hollow molding, probably from Old North French encassement frame, from encasser to enchase, frame, from en- + casse.

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