[ UK /vˈɪtɹiːn/ ]
  1. a glass container used to store and display items in a shop or museum or home
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  • Je vais pour brancher une des lampes de la vitrine que ma patronne etait en train de placer dans la vitrine et la j'entends un gros BAAAAM puis des bruits de verre qui tombent a terre! Pinku-tk Diary Entry
  • The wooden mantel itself was also shown in the gallery, as was an antique vitrine containing actual plates.
  • It's she who regularly cruises past Paris Modes during her lunch hour, and who "a vu un tailleur dans la vitrine". Chantez-vous français?
  • Resembling a natural history museum, the dimly lit central gallery was lined with 13 steel-and-glass vitrines, each containing a weathered stone tablet.
  • Their physicality seems further diminished by the glass vitrines within which they dangle.
  • And Mesdames and Messieurs could truly see what was in those tantalizing vitrines — the arcades were early converts to gaslight. Paris Under Glass
  • Sutured serviceably but without refinement, these soft sculptures are presented, like anthropological specimens, in woodframed glass vitrines.
  • En effet, lors d'un récent après-midi lèche-vitrines à Cannes, j'ai constaté à ma grande stupéfaction, que pour être à la page cette année, il nous faudrait chausser, nous les filles, de drôles de bottes, style "esquimaux". Mode
  • The glass is held in the thinnest of metal frames, the lightness and insubstantiality of these vitrines contrasting with the mass of the original structure and the blind, blank walls of the new insertions.
  • The rooms are dark and filled with vitrines so old the glass is all wiggly.
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