vitrine[vi′trin, vi trēn′]
vitrine definition by Webster's New World
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a glass-paneled cabinet or glass display case for art objects, curios, etc.
Origin: French ; from vitre, pane of glass ; from Classical Latin vitrum, glass
vitrine definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A glass-paneled cabinet or case for displaying articles such as china, objects d'art, or fine merchandise.
Origin: French, from vitre, pane of glass, from Old French, glass, window with multiple lights, from Latin vitrum.