[Visual Dictionary] Door
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A hinged, sliding, or folding barrier of wood, metal, or glass for opening and closing an entrance to a building, room, or cabinet.
A door that turns on hinges or pivots about a vertical edges when pushed or pulled.
A door carried on and swinging about on a center or offset pivot, as distinguished from one hung on hinges.
A door with hinged sections that can be folded flat against one another when opened.
A door that operates or moves by sliding on a track usually parallel to a wall.
A large door consisting of horizontal interlocking metal slats guided by a track on either side, opening by colling about an overhead drum at the head of the door opening
A pivoted door that is partially counterbalanced for easier opening and closing.
A door that opens automatically at the approach of a person or automobile
A mechanism that automatically opens a door when actuated by a radio transmitter electric eyes, or other device.
A folding door that divides into two parts, the inner leaf of each part being hung from an overhead track and the outer leaf pivoted at the jamb.
A multileafted door that is hung from an overhead track and opens by folding back in the manner of an accordion.
A door that slides into and out of a recess in a doorway wall.
A large door constructed of one or several leaves. Opening by swinging or rolling up to a horizontal position above the door opening.
Single acting door
A door hung on hinges that permit it to swing in one direction only.
Double acting door
A door hung on hinges that permit it to swing in either direction from a closed position.
A pair of doors hung in the same doorframe
A hinged or sliding section of a door or shutter.
The leaf of a pair of double doors to which the latching or locking mechanism is attached. Also called opening leaf.
The leaf of a pair of double doors to which the strike plate is fastened to receive the latch or bolt of the active leaf. Usually fixed in a closed position by bolts at the top and bottom of the door. Also called standing leaf.
A molding attached to one or both meeting stiles of a pair of double doors to prevent draft or the passage of light, noise or smoke.
A slender vertical member dividing the opening for a pair of double doors. Sometimes removable to permit the passage of large objects.
An entrance door for excluding drafts from the interior of a building, consisting of hour leaves set in the form of a cross and rotating about a central, vertical pivot within a cylindrically shaped vestibule.
One of the leaves of a double or revolving door.
The flexible weatherstripping along the edges of a revolving door.
A stream of composed air directed downward across a doorway so as to form a shield to exclude drafts.
An opening in a wall into which a doorframe or window frame is fitted
A doorless opening finished with trimwork
Either of the vertical sides of an archway, doorway, or window opening
The frame of a doorway, consisting of two jambs and a head or lintel
The uppermost member of a doorframe or window frame
Either of the two sidepieces of a doorframe
The projecting part of a doorframe against which a door closes.
A stop formed by attaching a molding to a doorframe or window frame
A stop formed integrally by a rabbet in a doorframe or window frame
A doorjamb having no stops, nor prepared to receive hardware
The horizontal member beneath a door or window opening
The sill of a doorway, covering the joint between two flooring materials or providing weather protection at an exterior door.
A raised piece of flooring between the jambs of a doorway, to which a door fits closely so as to prevent its binding when opened
The finished, often decorative framework around a door or window opening, esp. the portion parallel to the surrounding surface and at right angles to the jambs
A rough casing for a doorway or window opening
A subframe of wood or metal set in a partition to support the finish frame of a door or window
The clearance required to prevent binding between a door and its doorframe or the finished floor
The angle of the lock edge in relation to the face of the lock stile, usually an inclination of 1/8 in. for each 2 in. of door thickness, allowing the door to swing free of the door frame
An ornamental painting, carving, or section, of woodwork directly above a doorway
A crosspiece separating a doorway from a window or fanlight above it
A window above the transom of a doorway
The part of a jamb of a window or door opening that is visible between the outer wall surface and the window or doorframe
The reveal of a window or door opening from the frame to the inner face of the wall
A semicircular or semielliptical window over a doorway or another window
A window at the side of a door or another window
A surface that makes an oblique angle with another, as where a window or door opening widens from the frame toward the face of the wall
A doorway having a form similar to that of a Palladian window
A door having a framework of stiles, rails, and sometimes muntins, filled with panels of a thinner material
A distinctive section or division of a wall, ceiling, or door, recessed below or raised above the general level or enclosed by a frame
Any of various upright members framing panels, as in a system of paneling, a paneled door, window sash, or a chest of drawers
Any of various horizontal members framing panels, as in a system of paneling, a paneled door, window sash, or chest of drawers
The uppermost rail connecting the stiles of a paneled door or window sash
The rail of a door that meets the shutting stile at the level of the lockset
The lowest rail connecting the stiles of a paneled door or window sash
The stile of a door by which it is hung
The stile of a door that closes against the frame of the opening
A stile within the frame of a door
One of the abutting stiles in a pair of double doors
An outer or supplementary door, usually glazed, for protecting an entrance door from drafts, driving rain, or severe weather
An exterior door having wood or aluminum stiles and rails that hold a wire or plastic mesh to admit air but exclude insects
An exterior door having a frame into which different types of panel can be inserted, such as a screen for summer or storm sash for winter
A door having rectangular glass panes extending throughout its length, and often hung in pairs
A door having a louvered opening for the passage or circulation of air
A door of heat-strengthened or tempered glass, with or without rails or stiles, used primarily as an entrance door
A door divided horizontally so that the upper or lower part can be opened or closed separate
A door constructed of vertical boards held together by horizontal battens and diagonal bracing
A door hinged to be flush with the wall on either side and treated so as to be indiscernible when closed
A small light in the upper portion of a door glazed with clear glass for viewing
An opening fitted with slanting, fixed or movable slats to admit air but exclude rain and snow or to provide privacy
A door having smooth-surfaced faces
A wood flush door having a solid core of staved lumber, particleboard, or a mineral composition
A wood flush door having a framework of stiles and rails encasing an expanded honeycomb core of corrugated fiberboard or a grid of interlocking horizontal and vertical wood strips
A wooden construction, as in a door, forming a backing for face veneers
The plywood or hardboard veneer immediately beneath the face veneers of a flush door
A surface veneer of plywood, hardboard, plastic laminate, or medium density overlay, bonded to the crossbanding or core of a flush door
A doorframe having a split head and jambs for installation in various wall thicknesses
A door hung in a doorframe before installation in a wall, sometimes prefinished and prefitted with all necessary hardware and casing trim
A door having a sound-deadening core, gasketed stops along the top and sides, and an automatic drop seal along the bottom
A door having a structural wood core clad with galvanized sheet metal
Hollow metal door
A door having face sheets of light-gauge steel bonded to a steel channel frame, reinforced with channels, a kraft honeycomb structure, or a rigid plastic-foam core
The opening between the backbends of a metal doorframe
The face at the outer edge of a metal doorframe that returns to the wall surface
Hollow metal frame
A doorframe having a head and jambs formed from a single piece of metal
A metal doorframe composed of three or more parts for assembly in the field
A metal doorframe that is completely set up and welded at the factory
Any various metal devices for securing the jamb of a doorframe to a masonry, steel stud, or wood stud wall
Any of various metal devices for binding one part of a structure to another
A metal clip or device for securing the base of a doorframe to the floor
A stop having a closed end that terminates above the floor line at 45° or 90° angle
A protective lining, usually of stainless steel, at the base of a doorframe
A metal doorframe designed to be installed during construction of a masonry or stud wall
A knockdown frame having a double-return backbend for installation after a drywall partition is finished
A metal doorframe completely filled with plaster or mortar for structural rigidity and increased fire resistance
Double egress frame
A metal doorframe prepared to receive a pair of single-acting doors that swing in opposite directions