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double door

A pair of swinging doors with hinges on each jamb, meeting in the middle. See also: Door

double door

Two single doors (leaves) hung in the same doorframe.
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The heavy-duty, multipurpose gun cabinet features a double door design with 49 wide x 12 deep x 36 high inches of rail-mounting space.
Online prices range around $100 to $120 for the 8-Gun Cabinet and hover right around $290 for the Convertible Double Door.
The three windows contain real glass and open and close like conventional windows, and the shed has big double doors, so it's already more garden room than bog-standard shed.
Hi-tech polyhouses: 2 X 250 sq mtr =500 sq mtr with double door.
In Canada it covers double door boxcars, bulkhead flat cars, single-door boxcars, bulkhead boxcars and standard flat cars.
There is also a fireplace in the sitting room which has double door leading to the dining room.
Entrance to the room is provided by a double door which blocks off noise; at the same time, the double leaf is intended to emphasise closure, and thereby the private, arcane nature of the room.
Terra and Fiesta's galley includes all the comforts of home including a three-burner range with oven, microwave oven, a 6-cubic foot double door refrigerator, double sinks, and a single lever faucet.
Three have fitted wardrobes and the master has an en suite with large shower cubicle with double door, basin with cupboards beneath and wc.
The Whirlpool brand's Talent microwave ovens with their unique jet defrost feature and the new line of Whirlpool's Imagine, double door and combination fridge/freezers, were among the new attractions also displayed at the Confortec.
A local band could be headed down the path of success following a lively competition Friday evening at Chicago's Double Door.
There is plenty of storage space in the refitted kitchen including two double door glass fronted cupboards with glass shelves, and two double door larder units on either side of the fridge/freezer.