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door/ˈdoɚ/noun
pluraldoors
door
/ˈdoɚ/
noun
pluraldoors
Learner's definition of DOOR  
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: a movable piece of wood, glass, or metal that swings or slides open and shut so that people can enter or leave a room, building, vehicle, etc.
   b  : a part of an object (such as piece of furniture or an appliance) that swings or slides open and shut
: the opening for a door : the entrance to a room or building : doorway
: a house, building, apartment, office, etc.
◊ If you do something (from) door to door, you do it at each of the houses, apartments, or buildings in an area.
— used with an adverb to indicate where something is in relation to something else
— see also door-to-door, next door
— used especially with open or unlock to describe an opportunity or possibility
— see also out of doors

at death's door

— see death

behind closed doors

— see closed

close the door on

: to no longer think about, consider, or accept (something)

close your doors

: to not allow someone to enter
of a business or organization  : to close permanently : to stop operating

darken someone's door/doors

— see darken

get your foot in the door

— see 1foot

keep the wolf from the door

— see 1wolf

lay the blame for (something) at someone's door

: to blame someone for (something)

open doors for

— see 2open

open the door

— see 2open

open your doors

: to allow someone to enter
of a business or organization  : to open for business : to begin operating

show (someone) the door

: to tell or force (someone) to leave

show/see (someone) to the door

: to go to the door with (someone who is leaving)
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