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Date: 1300-1400
Language: Old French
Origin: lover

louvre

noun
     
Related topics: Buildings
lou‧vre British English ; louver American English [countable]
1TBB a narrow piece of wood, glass etc in a door or window, that slopes towards the outside to let some light in and keep rain or strong sun out
2

louvre window/door

British EnglishTBB a door or window made of these pieces of wood, glass etc
louvred adjective:
louvred shutters

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