triple-hung window

triple-hung window

A window with three vertical sliding sashes that allow the window to open to two-thirds of its height. See also: French window
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triple-hung window

A window having three vertically sliding sashes, each closing a different part of the window; the weight of each sash is counterbalanced for ease of opening and closing; same as treble sash.
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