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windscreen in Motor vehicles topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwindscreenwind‧screen /ˈwɪndskriːn/ ●○○ noun [countable]  British EnglishTTC the large window at the front of a car, bus etc syn windshield American English
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windscreenExperts consider his finest achievement to be the West Pier, with its elegant cast-iron kiosks, railings, and windscreens.Again she glanced at the windscreen of the other car but she could see nothing through the darkened glass.Policeman Steve Bedford spotted the car as he patrolled Ringwood, Hampshire, and slapped a ticket on the windscreen.The force of the blast blew the roof off the white taxi van and shattered the windscreens of passing vehicles.The video in each case showed an unobstructed view through the windscreen of a car during the drive through the junction.He gripped the wheel tightly and held his face quite close to the windscreen.Then his vision blanked out completely, as the whole windscreen went suddenly opaque.