window


win·dow

noun \ˈwin-(ˌ)dō, -də(-w)\

Definition of WINDOW

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: a small surgically created opening : fenestra 2a
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: a usually narrow interval of time or range of values for which a certain condition or an opportunity exists <coma and multiorgan failure can occur within hours and there may be a very narrow window of opportunity for transplantation—J. P. A. Lodge>—see therapeutic window

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