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door /dɔː $ dɔːr/ noun [countable]

درب ، در ، راهرو ، معماری: در
Synonyms: opening, doorway, entrance, entry, exit

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. door1 S1 W1 /dɔː $ dɔːr/ noun [countable]
[Language: Old English; Origin: duru 'door' and dor 'gate']

1. the large flat piece of wood, glass etc that you move when you go into or out of a building, room, vehicle etc, or when you open a cupboard ⇒ gate:
Could you open the door for me?
The door flew open and Ruth stormed in.
Don’t forget to lock the garage door, French doors, revolving door(1), sliding door, stage door, swing door, trapdoor

2. the space made by an open door Synonym : doorway
in/out (of)/through the door
Rick turned and ran out of the door.
I glanced through the open door.

3. at the door if someone is at the door, they are waiting for you to open the door of a building so they can come inside:
There’s somebody at the front door.

4. out of doors outside Synonym : outdoors:
I prefer working out of doors.

5. show/see somebody to the door to take someone to the main way out of a building:
My secretary will show you to the door.

6. two/three etc doors away/down/up used to say how many houses or buildings there are between your house, office etc and another building
two/three etc doors away/down/up from
Patrick lived two doors away from me.

7. (from) door to door
a) especially British English from one place to another:
How long is the journey, door to door?
b) going to each house in a street or area to sell something, collect money, or ask for votes:
Joe sold vacuum cleaners door to door for years.door-to-door

8. be on the door to work at the entrance to a theatre, club etc, collecting tickets

9. shut/close the door on something to make something impossible:
The accident shut the door on her ballet career.
at death’s door at death(7), ⇒ behind closed doors at closed(5), ⇒ get in through the back door at back door(2), ⇒ lay something at sb’s door at lay2(19), ⇒ next door, ⇒ open doors (for somebody) at open2(16), ⇒ open-door policy, ⇒ open the door to something at open2(16), ⇒ show somebody the door at show1(20)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. door2 verb [transitive]
to hit someone with a car door when they are riding past on a bicycle:
I nearly got doored as I went past the flats in Camden Street.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. open | closed, shut | locked, unlocked | ajar, half-open He had left the door ajar. The door was half-open when we got there.
back, front, rear, side the back door of a house the rear door of a car
inner, internal The inner door leads to the safe and is always locked after 5 p.m.
external, outer All external doors should be bolted top and bottom. | big, great, heavy, huge, massive, solid, stout, thick She had trouble pushing the heavy door open.
narrow, wide | glass-panelled, glazed | double Go along the corridor and through the double doors.
unmarked | automatic, folding, revolving, sliding, swing He got stuck in a revolving door. She pushed her way through the swing doors.
bathroom, flat, kitchen, etc. | car, fridge, garage, lift, stage | trap (also trapdoor) | magic, mysterious, secret
VERB + DOOR fling/throw open, open, pull/push open He flung the door open and caught them stuffing a document back into a briefcase.
bang, close, pull closed/shut, pull/push to, push closed/shut, shut, slam (shut) He pulled the door to.
bar, bolt, lock He arrived home to find the door barred. Remember to bolt the door before you go to bed.
unbar, unbolt, unlock | keep/leave closed/open/shut, keep/leave on the latch (= closed but not locked), prop ajar/open I left the door on the latch so that I could sneak back in later. Someone had propped the fire door open with a pile of books. | come/go in (through), come/go out (of/through), come/go through, slip out of/through He came in the side door.
bang on, knock at/on I banged on the door for ages but still couldn't wake them.
answer Go and answer the door (= open the door to sb who has knocked on it).
see sb to (= accompany sb who is leaving to the door) | break down/in They had to break the door down to get into the flat.
DOOR + VERB creak | burst open, clatter open, creak open, fly open, open, slide open, swing open/shut/to The door burst open and a little boy ran in.
flap open, hang open The car drove off with its rear door flapping open.
be/stand ajar, be/stand open The door stood ajar so I could see a narrow section of the room.
be closed/shut, be jammed (open/shut), be stuck | bang (open/shut), clang open/shut, crash open/shut, rattle, shake I was woken by a door banging in the wind.
click (shut/to), close, shut, slam (shut) | connect sth, face sth, lead to sth, open onto sth The door connecting the two offices is kept locked. This door leads to my bedroom. The door opens onto a sunny terrace.
be set in/into the wall I stopped at a low oak door set into the stone wall.
bear a notice/plate/sign, be marked sth I went through the door marked ‘Enquiries’.
DOOR + NOUN handle, knob | frame, jamb | knocker | bolt, catch, chain, latch, lock | key | mat (also doormat) | stop (also doorstop) This big fat dictionary would make a good doorstop.
mirror, panel, pillar (on a car)
PREP. at the ~ There's someone at the door.
in the ~ He stood in the door for several minutes before deciding whether he'd stay. | through the ~ He looked through the door to make sure the children were all right.
~ into/to the door into the back garden
PHRASES close/shut, etc. the door behind you He banged the front door behind him as he left.
hold/open the door for sb, pop/stick you head round/through the door She popped her head through the door to say goodbye.
shut/slam the door in sb's face

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


open/close/shut the door
I opened the door and Dad was standing there.
Can you close the door as you go out?
slam/bang the door (=shut it loudly, usually because you are angry)
He strode from the room, slamming the door behind him.
answer the door (=open it for someone who has knocked or pressed the bell)
Lucy ran downstairs to answer the door.
a door leads somewhere (=used to say what place is on the other side of a door)
This door leads into the garden.
a door opens/closes/shuts
We were still waiting for the train doors to open.
a door slams/bangs (shut) (=shuts loudly)
I heard the front door slam.
a door flies/bursts open (=opens very suddenly and quickly)
Then the door burst open and two men with guns came in.
a door swings open/shut (=moves forward to open or backwards to shut)
The door swung shut behind me.
a door slides open/shut (=moves smoothly to the side or back again)
The lift doors slid open and we got in.
lock/unlock the door
I locked the door and turned out the lights.
bolt the door (=slide a metal bar across to fasten it)
Once inside, he bolted the door.
knock on/at the door (=hit it with your hand to make someone open it)
Who's that knocking at the door?
bang/hammer on the door (=hit it very loudly and urgently)
A policeman was banging on the door across the road.
tap on/at the door (=hit it very gently)
I tapped on the door and opened it.
get the door (=open or close it for someone)
Could you get the door for me?
the front/back/side door (=of a house)
I heard someone knocking at the front door.
Use the back door if your boots are muddy.
the main door (=the door into a building that most people use)
The main door to the hotel is on Queen Street.
the kitchen/bedroom/bathroom etc door
The kitchen door opened and Jake walked in.
the cupboard door British English, the closet door AmE:
Both the cupboard doors were locked.
the fridge/oven door
Steam came out as I opened the oven door.
a car door
She heard a car door slamming.
the passenger door (=for the person in a car who sits beside the driver)
The taxi driver was holding open the passenger door.
a rear door (=a door at the back of a vehicle)
The kids opened the rear doors and climbed in.
a door handle (=that you move up or down to open a door)
Ella reached for the door handle.
a door knob (=that you turn to open a door)
I turned the door knob and went into the room.
a door knocker (=a metal object on a door that you use to knock with)
There was a brass door knocker in the shape of a lion's head.
a door bell (=that you press to make it ring)
Adam walked up the path and rang the door bell.
a door key
She was looking in her bag for her door key.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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