Dutch door, two-story turret, beveled glass French doors, stone pillars, arches, pergola, stained glass and coffered ceilings.
What does DD stand for?
DD stands for Dutch Door (architectural drawings)
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- Due Date
- Due Diligence
- Dumbledore (Harry Potter character)
- Dundee (postcode, United Kingdom)
- Dungeons & Dragons (fantasy game)
- Dunkin' Donuts
- Duong Dong (Vietnam)
- Duplex Drive
- Duran Duran (band)
- Dynamic Data
- Dynamic Dictionary
- Two-Digit Day (as in MM/DD/YYYY; e.g. 01/01/2000)
- Dimension Change During Atrial Contraction Phase
- Dolby Digital Ex (Extended Surround; developed by Lucasfilm THX and Dolby Laboratories)
- Department of Defense Form
- Depletion, Depreciation and Amortization
- Design Disclosure and Base Document
- Detail Design and Construction (Navy shipbuilding)
- Dedicated Display and Control Subsystem (NASA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The vehicle features Dutch doors on the passenger side, as shown on the concept version unveiled at the 2010 Detroit auto show.
Several years ago I made a Dutch door for my workshop, thinking of a future when the top half would be open for a child to observe and the bottom half closed to block access to dangerous tools.
A Dutch door, for example, could hinder a blind patient who would not be able to discern between two halves of a door that open separately.
There are tens of compounds for Dutch doors, clearly demonstrating what a rich source of language renewal this field is.
A few examples follow: Venetian blinds (called persienne in French), Spanish fly, Indian file, Russian roulette, crepe de chine, Irish stew, French kiss, Brazil nuts, African violets (an entire continent, in this case), French fries, Bermuda shorts, English cake, Turkish delight, Dutch door.