Definition of moonroof in English:


Pronunciation /ˈmo͞onro͞of/ /ˈmunruf/


  • A transparent section of the roof of an automobile, typically tinted and able to be opened.

    ‘Then, she saw three people pop up out of the moon roof.’
    • ‘There was a long navy blue limo outside and Nick was sitting on the roof, his feet dangling inside through the moon roof, holding out a rose.’
    • ‘Wind rushed into the car through the moon roof of her car, and it played happily with her free flowing hair.’
    • ‘Mark pulled back his cover for the moon roof, letting the pale rays flow into the car.’
    • ‘It was July, and I drove with the windows down and the moon roof open.’
    • ‘All the way, I was blasting music with all the windows down and the moon roof open.’
    • ‘There's an optional fully-opening moon roof and a power rear window.’
    • ‘The Cruiser pack adds anti-lock brakes, alloy wheels, a cassette player, hard spare wheel cover, power moon roof which tilts or slides according to your whim.’
    • ‘Fuel-efficient hybrid engines are about to join moon roofs and side air bags on the list of options for buyers of these cars.’