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windshield

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwindshieldwind‧shield /ˈwɪndʃiːld/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 American English a windscreen2 a piece of glass or clear plastic fixed at the front of a motorcycle that protects the rider from wind
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windshieldAn effective windshield can save time and fuel.We needed a new propeller, windshield, wing struts, rudder and other parts to repair the fabric.Considering its robustness and the all-round windshield, weight is kept low and it packs neatly away into the small bag supplied.Then he saw the glowing tip of some one's cigarette behind the windshield.And a couple of those packages went right through the windshields of a few keepers' cars.When you hit them, you knock out their spindly legs and their big bodies come flying right through your windshield.
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