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1puerta feminine(handle/key) (before noun) de la puertato open/close / shut the door — abrir/cerrar la puerta
- to slam the door — dar un portazo
- front/back door — puerta principal / de la calle/trasera / de atrás
- she was at the door — estaba en la puerta
- doors open at six — entrada a partir de las seis
- let me show you to the door — permítame que lo acompañe hasta la salida / puerta
- there's someone at the door — llaman a la puerta
- to answer the door — abrir la puerta
- there's the door, you answer it — están llamando, abre tú
- to knock on / at sb's door — llamar a la puerta de algn
- don't come knocking at my door when it all goes wrong — cuando todo salga mal no vengas a llamar a mi puerta
- there are many young actors knocking at the door — hay muchos actores jóvenes esperando una oportunidad
- to lock the barn door after the horse is stolen — tomar precauciones cuando ya es tarde / asno muerto, la cebada al rabo
- to shut the stable door after the horse has bolted — tomar precauciones cuando ya es tarde / asno muerto, la cebada al rabo
- There's a sort of resolution when the vehicle stops, the doors are flung open and a shot is heard.
- Use broom handles to wedge sliding glass doors shut.
- The heavy double glass doors lead them into the office area.
- Christopher released a deep breath and slightly shook his head as he unlocked the wooden double doors.
- She unlocked the wooden door to the hotel room, sighing as she stepped inside.
- Two sets of sliding patio doors lead to the conservatory.
- The elevator doors slide open in front of us, giving me time to think about my next question.
- I slid the closet door shut just as the room was illuminated with light.
- The heavy oak doors slammed closed behind him, the noise echoing in the vast chamber.
- The guard pointed to the chairs and left, the heavy oak door slamming behind him.
- She quickly got up off the couch and walked towards the closed bedroom door.
- They threw me back against the metal garage door hard.
- Just as everything seemed peaceful, the locked doors swung open and slammed against the walls behind them.
- After a minute, the patio door swung open.
- Just before you get to the unlocked door at the end of the hall you will see a crate.
- A dark chamber with a large oaken door at one end looks all the more malevolent in the flickering torchlight.
- Their conversation was interrupted by the door creaking open.
- I was interrupted yet again by the stupid door banging against the wall.
- I crept along the cold wooden floor and saw that the door was ajar.
- She had to take her door off the hinges to fit it inside her apartment.
- to slam the door — dar un portazo
2(doorway, entrance)puerta feminineentrada femininetickets are available at the door — se pueden comprar las localidades en la puerta / a la entrada
- Four long low tables lie to the left as you walk in the door.
- Customers are offered a drink soon after they walk through the doors.
- Walking through the doors is not quite like stepping into one of those little tavernas, it has to be said.
- Putting on their new album is like walking through the doors of a bar and being hit by the buzz of a band at full tilt.
- Our aim is to please and enchant each and very patron who walks through the doors.
- Okay, it might be consistently bad, but at least you know what to expect when you walk through the doors.
- When I walked through the doors I was clean and smart and keen to get on a ladder for a career in nursing.
- Walking through the hallowed doors you are greeted by the creme de la creme of beauty products.
- You never know what task is going to be thrown at you when you walk through the office doors.
- You slip your coat on, walk out the door and into the waiting arms of store security.
- Then between five and six he's out the door for a walk or on the exercise machine for a workout.
- He just slammed through the door and just walked straight over to where my teller was.
- We kept expecting him to walk through the door with a big smile on his face, talking about his adventure.
- When he walks in the door, he reads a simple red and white document that's on his desk.
- The first thing that struck me when I walked through the door was the average age of the clientele.
- He'll walk through the door with a bunch of seasonal flowers in his hands which he proffers with a kiss.
- I rise from the chair, take off the glasses, flick the lightswitch on and walk out of the door.
- I go through a door and walk past the second pool, which is exactly the same, if a little grander.
- But as soon as he walked through the door he was summoned to the office and sent home.
- To leave the game last night, you had to pass through a revolving metal door.
3(room, building)puerta femininehe lives two doors down — vive dos casas más allá
4(means of access)puerta femininea door to a better life — una puerta a un futuro mejor
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