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shutter in Household topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshuttershut‧ter1 /ˈʃʌtə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  1 window.jpg [usually plural]DH one of a pair of wooden or metal covers on the outside of a window that can be closed to keep light out or prevent thieves from coming in2 TCPa part of a camera that opens for a very short time to let light onto the film
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shutterBut penning in this raucous melee are buildings that seem all shutters and grids.Interior shutters, from a wide range to order, from about £70 for the natural finish shown.City walls, narrow streets, open shutters, old women sitting outside in the early evening.When he threw open shutters to let in air and light, pictures sprang at her from the walls.So, today, you might find taupe siding with creamy off-white shutters and a burgundy front door.Otherwise use Venetian blinds in plastic or wood which can be easily wiped, or wooden shutters, or no covering at all.