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door

door

 
pronunciation:
dor
phrases:
show someone the door, out of doors
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: an opening, esp. in a room or building, through which one enters or leaves; entryway.
synonyms:
doorway, entrance, entranceway, entry, entryway, portal
similar words:
access, gateway, hatch, ingress, threshold, wicket
definition 2: a comparable opening or means of access or entry into vehicles or furniture.
a car doora cabinet door
synonyms:
hatch
similar words:
access, entrance, entry
definition 3: the movable panel that covers such openings.
 
synonyms:
hatch
similar words:
gate, panel, portière, trapdoor
definition 4: the building, house, or room to which a door is attached.
My best friend lives three doors down the street.the bathroom is the second door on the left
similar words:
building, house, room
definition 5: any means of access or entry.
the door to financial success
synonyms:
entrée, entry, gateway, portal
similar words:
access, approach, entrance, threshold
phrase: show someone the door
phrase: out of doors
Word Builder: door +
  • doorbell:
    a bell near the front door of a house. You ring it if you want to enter.
  • doorknob:
    a round part on a door. You hold and turn the doorknob to open the door.
  • doorman:
    a person whose job is to greet and open the door for people at an apartment house or hotel.
  • doorway:
    the part of a building that contains the door. You enter through the doorway.
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