• barrier of wood or other material which can be opened and closed; doorway, opening through which one enters
• strike a passing person or cyclist by unexpectedly opening a car door (slang); serve as a doorman/doorwoman of a building or nightclub
• a door is a swinging or sliding piece of wood, glass, or metal, which is used to open and close the entrance to a building, room, cupboard, or vehicle.
• a door is also a doorway.
• when you are out of doors, you are in the open air, rather than inside a building.
• see also next door.
• bell at the entrance to a building which visitors ring to announce their arrival
• frame-head, upper beam of a doorframe
• hydraulic or pneumatic device which slows down the closing of a door and prevents it from slamming
• rectangular frame that comprises the edges of a doorway
• lever pushed with the hand to open a door
• a door-handle is the handle on a door which operates the mechanism that holds the door shut. you turn the door-handle to open or close the door.
• latching device to lock a door
• mat placed by a door for wiping one's shoes
• exterior rear-view mirror mounted on a car door
• admission fee (to a theatre, movie or other place of entertainment or recreation)
• small hole in a door for looking through
door plate• small plate on the ...