vitrin

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Swedish[edit]

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From French vitrine (shop window, display case), ultimately based on Latin vitrum (glass)

Noun[edit]

vitrin c

  1. a showcase, a display case, a cupboard with glass doors
    • 1875, Uppfinningarnas bok, describing the World exposition in Vienna 1873
      En liten vitrin innehåller herliga emaljerade smycken af Tsjetsjeleff i Moskva
      A small showcase contains lovely enameled jewelry by Chechelev in Moscow

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Turkish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French vitrine.

Noun[edit]

vitrin (definite accusative vitrini, plural vitrinler)

  1. shop window

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