Definitions for venetian blind
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a window blind having overlapping horizontal slats that may be opened, closed, or set at an angle, esp. one in which the slats may be raised and drawn together by pulling a cord.
Origin of venetian blind:
a window blind made of horizontal strips that overlap when closed
A blind consisting of overlapping horizontal, flat slats, usually made of metal, vinyl or wood, that can be tilted so as to let in more or less light.
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