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Venetian blind

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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Venetian blindVe‧ne‧tian blind /vəˌniːʃən ˈblaɪnd/ noun [countable]  DHa type of window covering made of long flat bars of plastic, wood, or metal that are fastened together and can be moved to change the amount of light that comes through the window
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Venetian blindAll together!-and we heaved away smartly, raising the sail in smooth folds like a Venetian blind unfurling.They are more like a Venetian blind, effective but unassuming.
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