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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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windowpanewin‧dow‧pane /ˈwɪndəʊpeɪn $ -doʊ-/ noun [countable]  DHa single whole piece of glass in a window
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windowpaneA trace of early-morning red showed on a fifth-floor windowpane.The last breath of a dying wind rattled the kitchen windowpane.The real sky, outside, is a black mirror pushed right up against the windowpanes.Overnight all the windowpanes had been frosted over.More rain hit the windowpanes, and Leith came to a decision.He went to sleep as he stood there, clutching his glass, his forehead resting on the windowpane.The first cold winds rattled the windowpane, and I had made it just in time.There was not one unbroken windowpane.
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