double-glazed

[duhb-uhl-gleyzd]
adjective
of, having, or provided with double glazing: double-glazed windows and doors.
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Rooms offer views of the park, the city or the courtyard with double-glazed
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In a regular double-glazed window, air fills the gap between the panes.
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