What is another word for Vitrine?

Pronunciation: [vˈɪtɹiːn] (IPA)

Vitrine, a French word for a glass display case, can also be referred to as a showcase, display cabinet, or glass cabinet. These words all describe a container made of glass, often with metal or wooden framing, used to store or exhibit objects of value such as artwork, jewelry, or artifacts. Other synonyms for vitrine include display box, exhibit case, and curio cabinet. Depending on the context, different words may be more suitable to convey a particular connotation. However, all of these words refer to a beautiful and useful container that can showcase important objects for everyone to admire.

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What are the hypernyms for Vitrine?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Vitrine

The further quays, with their innumerable old bookshops and print-shops, the long cases of each of these commodities, exposed on the parapets in especial, must have come to know us almost as well as we knew them; with plot thickening and emotion deepening steadily, however, as we mounted the long, black Rue de Seine-such a stretch of perspective, such an intensity of tone as it offered in those days; where every low-browed Vitrine waylaid us and we moved in a world of which the dark message, expressed in we couldn't have said what sinister way too, might have been Art, art, art, don't you see?
"A Small Boy and Others"
Henry James

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