sunshade

[suhn-sheyd]
noun
something used as a protection from the rays of the sun, as an awning or a parasol.

Origin:
1835–45; sun + shade

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sunshade (ˈsʌnˌʃeɪd)
 
n
a device, esp a parasol or awning, serving to shade from the sun

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Example sentences
Construct a canvas sunshade over part of the deck to evoke the sails on boats.
While its cooling effects can't rival those of a sunshade in space, the
  technique is cheap and low-tech, researchers note.
Volcanoes can spew out clouds of ash, spreading a cooling sunshade over the
  planet.
High-society options include a rear-view backup camera, power rear sunshade and
  heated and ventilated seats.
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