window
[wɪndəʊ]

noun

[Definition]: an opening in a wall to let in light, usually with glasses installed

[Example Sentences]:
1. All we know for sure is that it has a tentative release window of Spring 2016.
2. The time window needed for major change is expected to be cut from months to weeks.
3. They have a little bit of time but that window is closing.
4. So even in that window period it was possible that some of these people got infected.
5. You just sit there and look out the window and watch it.
6. The details about the outage are a window into how Microsoft is building cloud services.
7. You are getting a window into that in this trial.
8. He points to a camera in the front window of the truck.
9. We heard a loud pop and went to the window to see what was going on.
10. You can also use this window to set some options on all the selected items at once.
11. A new window will pop up that leads you through the install process.
12. This gives attackers a window of opportunity that they may very well seize.
13. They then broke out a window and found them dead.
14. Think of this as a virtual window into another real space.
15. He takes off for this window in the door.

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