[fen-uh-strey-shuh n] /ˌfɛn əˈstreɪ ʃən/
the design and disposition of windows and other exterior openings of a building.
Furniture. an ornamental motif having the form of a blind arcade or arch, as in medieval cabinetwork.
the arrangement and design of windows in a building
a surgical operation to restore hearing by making an artificial opening into the labyrinth of the ear
1870 in the anatomical sense, noun of action from Latin fenestrare, from fenestra “window, opening for light,” perhaps from Etruscan. Meaning “arrangement of windows” is from 1846. Related: Fenestrated.
fenestration fen·es·tra·tion (fěn’ĭ-strā’shən)
[fen-floo r-uh-meen] /fɛnˈflʊər əˌmin/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. a sympathomimetic substance, C 12 H 16 F 3 N, formerly used mainly as an anorectic in the treatment of obesity but withdrawn from the market in 1997 because of its potential to cause valvular heart disease. fenfluramine fen·flu·ra·mine (fěn-flur’ə-mēn’) n. A fluorinated compound that is used in […]
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abbreviation 1. Fellow of the Fellowship of Engineering
[fœng-jyœ] /ˈfœŋˈdʒyœ/ noun, Pinyin. 1. a city in E Sichuan province, in S central China, on the Chang Jiang.
feltwork felt·work (fělt’wûrk’) n.