swinging door

noun
a door that swings open on being pushed or pulled from either side and then swings closed by itself.
Also called swing door.


Origin:
1795–1805

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swing door or swinging door
 
n
a door pivoted or hung on double-sided hinges so that it can open either way
 
swinging door or swinging door
 
n

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Example sentences
The swinging door must be long enough to close tightly against the floor to
  prevent opening from inside.
Go beyond the minimal single swinging door from the interior to the patio.
She backed up to the swinging door and pressed gently.
Calpurnia sent me through the swinging door to the dining room with a stinging
  smack.
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