pivoted window[′piv·əd·əd ′win·dō]
A window having a section which is pivoted near the center so that the top of the section swings in and the bottom swings out.
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A window having a sash (ventilator) which rotates about fixed vertical or horizontal pivots, located at or toward the center, in contrast to one hung on hinges along an edge. Also See vertically pivoted window.
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