Definition of Austrian blind in English:

Austrian blind

noun

  • A blind made from ruched fabric, which extends about a third of the way down a window.

    • ‘They are softer than Roman blinds but more tailored than Austrian blinds with the fullness coming from inverted pleats.’
    • ‘The Austrian blinds are the most decorative of the three styles.’
    • ‘An Austrian blind, such as that in the photo to the right, can be raised and lowered using a pull-cord.’
    • ‘The style of the Austrian blinds is cloudlike with its puffy, billowy look.’
    • ‘The Austrian blind uses much more material, so that even when the shade is lowered to cover the window, there are scalloped folds covering the full length of the blind.’

Pronunciation:

Austrian blind

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