[ UK /wˈɪndskɹiːn/ ]
- transparent screen (as of glass) to protect occupants of a vehicle
How To Use windscreen In A Sentence
- In turn, the gallery's window is fitted with giant windscreen wipers to sweep away a continuous downpour of "rain" inverted commas seem necessary to any description of Weber's wonderfully artificial sculptural conceits. This week's new exhibitions
- So when I need to know what the black rubbery thingummy on a windscreen wiper is called, I can look up windscreen wiper in the index, turn to the appropriate picture, and learn that it's a wiper blade rubber. The Naming of Parts
- Also on the way is a three-door Astra sport hatch with a panoramic windscreen, meaning that all in the car have an almost unlimited view of what is happening outside all around them.
- Modern windscreens are made from laminated glass.
- In addition, if things get really bad, an emergency button under a safety cover will fire explosive charges, which blow out the windscreen to provide an emergency exit.
- By the time we leave, the sun is a furnace blazing magnified through the windscreen, crisping my skin.
- On either side, cliffs tower upwards with dark cloud banks masking their peaks; small waterfalls cascade down the abyss and onto the windscreen.
- Lomax's car was badly damaged and had a smashed windscreen and two shredded tyres.
- Steel bars were bolted to the replacement windscreen and they carried on. Times, Sunday Times
- I came back to find a parking ticket on the windscreen.