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window sash

noun
1.
the frame holding the pane of a window.
Origin
1755-1765
1755-65
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  • Put behind a door or balanced on a window sash, it would sound the alarm when disturbed.
  • Air conditioner must have stopping devices installed to limit the elevation of the lower window sash to the height of the unit.
  • Modification of the window sash was accomplished off site.
  • Meeting rails and mullions must align with those of the primary window sash.
  • window sash are all one-over-one, typical of the period.
  • Select storm windows in custom colors or shop paint to match original window sash colors.
  • Remove all existing window sash, frames, trim and window treatments.
  • If the windows are swollen shut, remove the inside stop bead to free window sash.
  • Option bid items consist of wood repairs, wood window sash, and storm windows.
  • The minimum net clear opening of windows shall be determined without tilting out window sash.
British Dictionary definitions for window sash

window sash

noun
1.
a glazed window frame, esp one that opens
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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