the windows were shuttered against the afternoon heat
barred and shuttered stores
Close (a business)
the city was gripped by economic forces that were squeezing its tax base and shuttering its factories
Each of a pair of hinged panels, often louvered, fixed inside or outside a window that can be closed for security or privacy or to keep out light
A device that opens and closes to expose the film in a camera
The blind enclosing the swell box in an organ, used for controlling the volume of sound
a mechanical device on a camera that opens and closes to control the time of a photographic exposure
close with shutters; "We shuttered the window to keep the house cool"
a hinged blind for a window
Shutter (Thai: ชัตเตอร์ กดติดวิญญาณ) is a 2004 Thai horror film by Banjong Pisanthanakun and Parkpoom Wongpoom; starring Ananda Everingham, Natthaweeranuch Thongmee, and Achita Sikamana. It focuses on mysterious images seen in developed pictures.
Shutter is a 2008 American remake of the 2004 Thai horror film of the same name. The remake was directed by Masayuki Ochiai, and was released on March 21, 2008. .
In photography, a shutter is a device that allows light to pass for a determined period of time, for the purpose of exposing photographic film or a light-sensitive electronic sensor to light to capture a permanent image of a scene. ...
(Shuttering) A window shutter is a solid and stable window covering usually consisting of a frame of vertical stiles and horizontal rails (top, center and bottom). ...
Protective panels, usually wooden, placed over windows to block out the light; The part of a camera that opens for a controlled period of time to let light in during taking a picture; To close the shutters; To close up a building for a prolonged period of inoccupancy
(Shuttered) When a mall is boarded up.
(Shuttering) is the term given to either temporary or permanent moulds into which concrete or similar materials are poured. In the context of concrete construction, the falsework supports the shuttering moulds. See formwork.
(Shuttering) Temporary framing of timber or metal used for casting concrete; also called formwork.
(Shuttering) The casing into which concrete is poured and in which it remains during the period of setting and hardening.
(Shuttering) Wooden sides to cast concrete or epoxy molds.
(Shutters) "A physical wind barrier that is affixed over the outside of windows and/or doors to protect these vulnerable areas during a tropical storm. These products are classified by the styles of panel, accordion, or rolling and are manufactured from steel, aluminum, plastic or plywood."
(Shutters) A wood assembly of stiles and rails to form a frame that encloses panels used in conjunction with door and window frames; may also consist of vertical boards cleated together. Shutters have been around since windows were first used. ...
(Shutters) A window treatment consisting of wooden hinged or solid panels.
(Shutters) Mechanized openings that allow for either air intake or air exhaust in a building or space.
(Shutters) Real or artificial window covers mounted to the window.
(Shutters) Stationary window covering, designed for interior use, usually constructed with adjustable slats.
(Shutters) Timber, Bass Wood, Cedar and Synthetic Shutters.
(Shutters) Two large flat wings that close off a perspective setting in back.
(Shutters) Used instead of a dauber (or dabber) to cover your bingo numbers.
(Shutters) metal blades inside profile spots to control the shape of the beam of light.
(shutters (switchgear)) Lockable barriers to prevent access into the spouts of withdrawable switchgear.
(shutters) Window or door screens featuring horizontal slats that may be articulated, allowing control over air and light transmission. They are usually made of wood. ...