porthole

  1. a window in a ship or airplane
  2. an opening (in a wall or ship or armored vehicle) for firing through

Porthole

A porthole is a generally circular window used on the hull of ships to admit light and air. Though the term is of obvious maritime origin, it is also used to describe round windows on armored vehicles, aircraft, automobiles (the Ford Thunderbird a notable example) and even spacecraft. On a ship, the function of a porthole, when open, is to permit ...
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Porthole

• (n.) An embrasure in a ship`s side. See 3d Port.
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porthole

noun a window in a ship or airplane
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Porthole

Port'hole` noun (Nautical) An embrasure in a ship's side. See 3d Port .
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porthole

A circular window in the side of a boat.
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porthole

A round window on a ship
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Porthole

Circular 'window' in the side of the ship's hull or superstructure. Most cruise cabins today feature
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porthole

usually a round, sealed window in a shipboard stateroom
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porthole

[n] - a window in a ship or airplane
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