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Pronunciation of Door: Learn how to pronounce Door in English correctly

Learn how to say Door correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word door:

noun
a hinged, sliding, or revolving barrier at the entrance to a building, room, or vehicle, or in the framework of a cupboard:
she looked for her key and opened the door
a doorway:
she walked through the door
used to refer to the distance from one building in a row to another:
he lives just a few doors away from the Strongs
Phrases

as one door closes, another opens
proverb you shouldn’t be discouraged by failure, as other opportunities will soon present themselves.
at the door
on admission to an event rather than in advance:
tickets will be available at the door
close (or shut) the door on (or to)
exclude the opportunity for:
she had closed the door on ever finding out what he was feeling
(from) door to door
1from start to finish of a journey:
the trip from door to door could take more than four hours
2visiting all the houses in an area to sell or publicize something:
he went from door to door selling insurance policies
[as modifier]:
a door-to-door salesman
lay something at someone’s door
regard someone as responsible for something:
the failure is laid at the door of the government
leave the door open
ensure that there is still an opportunity for something:
he is leaving the door open for future change
on the door
1monitoring admission to a building or event:
the uniformed commissionaires on the door
2another way of saying .
open the door to
create an opportunity for:
her research has opened the door to a deeper understanding of the subject
out of doors
in or into the open air:
food tastes even better out of doors
Derivatives

doored
adjective
[in combination]:
a glass-doored desk
Origin:

Old English duru, dor, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch deur ‘door’ and German Tür ‘door’, Tor ‘gate’; from an Indo-European root shared by Latin foris ‘gate’ and Greek thura ‘door’