word photo
back door
/bˈæk dˈoːɹ/
noun
a door that is located behind or at the side of a building
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
French door
/fɹˈɛntʃ dˈoːɹ/
noun
a pair of glass doors, particularly ones that open to a garden or balcony
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
panel door
/pˈænəl dˈoːɹ/
noun
a type of door constructed with multiple panels that are typically rectangular or square in shape
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
flush door
/flˈʌʃ dˈoːɹ/
noun
a type of door that has a smooth and flat surface, without any raised or indented areas
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
sliding door
/slˈaɪdɪŋ dˈoːɹ/
noun
a door that moves horizontally along a track
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
Dutch door
/dˈʌtʃ dˈoːɹ/
noun
a door divided horizontally into two parts that can be opened and closed independently
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
pocket door
/pˈɑːkɪt dˈoːɹ/
noun
a type of door that slides into a recessed pocket within the adjacent wall, rather than swinging on hinges or sliding on tracks
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
bi-fold door
/bˈaɪfˈoʊld dˈoːɹ/
noun
a type of door that is divided into two or more panels, hinged together in a way that allows them to fold and stack against each other when opened
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
pivot door
/pˈɪvət dˈoːɹ/
noun
a type of door that rotates on a central pivot point, typically located at the top and bottom of the door frame, instead of relying on traditional hinges
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
revolving door
/ɹɪvˈɑːlvɪŋ dˈoːɹ/
noun
a type of door consisting of multiple wings or panels that are arranged in a circular configuration and rotate around a central axis
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
garage door
/ɡɐɹˈɑːʒ dˈoːɹ/
noun
a large door, typically made of metal or wood, that is installed in a garage or similar structure to provide vehicular access
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
fire door
/fˈaɪɚ dˈoːɹ/
noun
a specialized door designed to prevent the spread of fire and smoke within a building
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
screen door
/skɹˈiːn dˈoːɹ/
noun
a door with a mesh or perforated screen panel that allows for airflow while keeping bugs out
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
louvered door
/lˈuːvɚd dˈoːɹ/
noun
a door that is equipped with slatted or angled openings, known as louvers, to allow for ventilation and airflow while providing privacy and some level of security
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
double-acting door
/dˈʌbəlˈæktɪŋ dˈoːɹ/
noun
a type of door that is hinged on both sides, allowing it to swing in both directions
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
front door
/fɹˈʌnt dˈoːɹ/
noun
the main entrance to a person's house
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
patio door
/pˈæɾɪˌoʊ dˈoːɹ/
noun
a large glass door that provides access from a building's interior to an outdoor patio or deck area
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
swing door
/swˈɪŋ dˈoːɹ/
noun
a type of door that opens by swinging on hinges in a single direction
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
trapdoor
/tɹˈæpdoːɹ/
noun
a hinged or removable door, often located in a floor or ceiling, that provides access to a hidden or enclosed space below or above
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
doorbell
/ˈdɔɹˌbɛɫ/
noun
a bell operated by a button outside a house or apartment that makes a sound when pushed, particularly to inform the inhabitants inside
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
doorknob
/ˈduɹnɑb/
noun
a round handle on a door that opens it when turned
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
door knocker
/dˈoːɹ nˈɑːkɚ/
noun
a metal object connected to the back of a door, which people hit against the door as a way of asking others to let them in
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
doorplate
/dˈoːɹpleɪt/
noun
a small plate or plaque typically mounted on a door to display information such as the occupant's name, room number, or other relevant details
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
doorjamb
/dˈoːɹdʒæm/
noun
the vertical structure on either side of a door that provides support and serves as the frame for the door
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
doorpost
/dˈoːɹpoʊst/
noun
the entire vertical structure, including both the side posts and the head jamb, that forms the framework around a door
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
doorstop
/dˈoːɹstɑːp/
noun
a small object or device placed on the floor to prevent a door from swinging or closing fully
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
peephole
/pˈiːphoʊl/
noun
a small opening or lens in a door or wall that allows a person to see who is on the other side without fully opening the door
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
hinge
/ˈhɪndʒ/
noun
a type of joint that connects two objects and allows them to rotate or swing, typically used to attach a door, gate, or lid to its frame
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
door head
/dˈoːɹ hˈɛd/
noun
the horizontal top portion of a door frame
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
door lintel
/dˈoːɹ lˈɪntəl/
noun
a horizontal structural element or beam that supports the load above a door opening
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
door louver
/dˈoːɹ lˈuːvɚ/
noun
a door component that consists of a series of horizontal slats or blades, typically made of wood, glass, or metal, arranged in a tilted or angled position to allow for airflow and privacy while maintaining visibility
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
door frame
/dˈoːɹ fɹˈeɪm/
noun
the structural framework surrounding a door, including the vertical side pieces called jambs, the horizontal top piece called the head, and the bottom piece called the sill (if present)
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
door head
/dˈoːɹ hˈɛd/
noun
the horizontal top portion of a door frame
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
threshold
/ˈθɹɛˌʃoʊɫd/
noun
the horizontal part at the base of a door frame that you step over when entering or exiting a room
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
door stile
/dˈoːɹ stˈaɪl/
noun
the vertical side member or post of a door
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
door mullion
/dˈoːɹ mˈʌliən/
noun
a vertical or horizontal structural member within a door frame that separates the door into sections, typically used in double or multi-panel doors to provide support and aesthetic division
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
lock stile
/lˈɑːk stˈaɪl/
noun
the vertical edge or side of a door where the lock or latch mechanism is installed
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
door panel
/dˈoːɹ pˈænəl/
noun
the flat or raised surface of a door that fills the frame and can be made of various materials, such as wood, glass, or metal
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
deadbolt
/ˈdɛdˌboʊɫt/
noun
a secure lock mechanism that uses a solid metal bolt to provide added protection by firmly securing a door in place
Click to see examples

Examples






Great!

You've reviewed all the words in this lesson!

Upgrade to premium

In order to continue your learning process you must upgrade to the premium plan