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Synonyms for swing door

a door that swings on a double hinge

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With space-challenged rooms, the obvious advantage of a barn door is that the typical space required for a swinging door is eliminated.
These can work in harmony with swinging doors and can attach to the same compressor when properly sized.
Low-energy swinging doors are often used in smaller facilities.
The disadvantage to sliding is that you never can completely slide all of it out of the way, but swinging doors take up much more space when they're open," Lowinski says.
Being a fan of self-preservation, I always secure any freely swinging doors I come across while traveling throughout a ship.
Fabricated from chipboard and painted white, the humble, Nauman-like structure consisted of a couple of sawed-off swinging doors reminiscent of those on bathroom stalls or changing rooms.
And there was plenty of that: from the various flirtations in and out of the swinging doors of the "below stairs" to the seduction scene on the kitchen table accompanied only by the sound of a dripping tap.
The final show in this eye-opening series talks to people who work behind those swinging doors.
On one occasion Glyn Owen, who played Patrick O'Meara, and my character were having a hell of a row marching through hospital and through the swinging doors.
The halves bend in, then out, "like a pair of swinging doors," as the researchers put it.
The executive committee then formed task groups focused on such areas as security hollow metal, locks for swinging doors and sliding devices, security glazing, walls, security electronics and more.
I object," was all she said before she turned and strode through the swinging doors.
Or travel across the street to Swinging Doors, a small tavern with a lively jukebox and disc jockey spinning oldies but goodies.