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a little cottage with a red door
The door creaked slowly open.
There was a draught coming from under the door.
The police officer told him to open the car door.
Shut the door – it's cold in here!
I knocked on the door and a voice answered 'Come in'.
There's someone at the door.
Go and answer the door, will you?
He ran out, slamming the door behind him.
The door to the kitchen was open.
Be sure to lock the back door when you leave.
The bathroom door was shut.
For these young men, a sports career can be a door to fame and fortune.
This new job has really opened a lot of doors for her.
This decision could open the door to higher costs.
The government is reluctant to shut the door on these proposals.
She got her foot in the door working as a researcher on a TV show.
Two big men in suits were on the door.
Tickets cost £10 in advance, £12.50 on the door.
The country has slowly opened its doors to new immigrants.
When he asked for money, she showed him the door.
Simply order from our website and we'll deliver the goods to your door within 24 hours.
His office is three doors down from mine.
This is the British English definition of door. View American English definition of door.