The plank, stone, or piece of timber, which lies under a door, especially of a dwelling house, church, temple, or the like; the doorsill; hence, entrance; gate; door.
Fig.: The place or point of entering or beginning, entrance; outset; as, the threshold of life.
The bottom part of a door entry area, usually constructed of metal or wood that holds the base of the doorframe together.
The wooden or metal strip directly beneath an exterior door. Some have an added rubber or plastic strip feature for better weatherstripping.
Threshold is a moulding that is designed to trim off a floor around sliding doors, fireplaces and any transition area.
A horizontal piece forming the bottom frame of a door opening.
The bottom metal, concrete, or wood plate of an exterior door frame. They may be adjustable to keep a tight fit with the door slab.
A strip of metal, stone, wood or other material placed at the base of an exterior door
THRESHOLD - A molding traditionally used where strip and plank flooring change direction or abut a different flooring material, usually at a doorway or edge of a room. May be engineered to allow flooring to expand beneath it. See Reducer Strip.
entrance point to something as in a doorway or that causes the beginning of a process He was on the threshold of a great career.
the entrance (the space in a wall) through which you enter or leave a room or building; the space that a door can close; "he stuck his head in the doorway"
the sill of a door; a horizontal piece of wood or stone that forms the bottom of a doorway and offer support when passing through a doorway
A raised member extending horizontally between the jambs of a frame at the floor.
The ground across a doorway opening width.
The bottom part of the door frame, i.e. the area you step on when entering or exiting through the doorway.
The metal plate that a door centers over when the door is closed. It helps seal the entrance against water and air infiltration.
The plate at the bottom of some--usually exterior--door openings. Sometimes called a saddle.
A strip of metal, wood, marble or other material placed at the base of a door.
(26) -- the piece of timber or stone which lies below the bottom of a door, and has to be crossed on entering a building (Oxford Dict.) Sample Image (Lesson 9)
Wood, metal, or stone member placed directly below a door.
A flat trim strip normally made of oak or aluminum that offers a durable and finished transition between the floors on both sides of a door or between indoors and out.
The part of the door unit which is attached to the floor under the door.
A strip fastened to the floor beneath a door, usually required to cover the joint where two types of floor material meet.
A strip of wood or metal with beveled edges used over the finish floor and the sill of exterior doors.
The bottom of the door frame; the piece which is stepped over.
The section of the floor at the doorway
A strip fastened to the floor beneath a door. May be required .to cover the joint of two types of floor materials where they meet.
A wood or aluminum strip used on the bottom of doors to cover the gap between the sill and the floor; not often used on interior doors.
The wood or metal beveled floor piece at door openings that commonly separates non-continuous floor types.
A piece of aluminum or wood placed beneath a door; a doorsill. It typically has vinyl or rubber weather stripping installed to not only save energy cost, but also to prevent pests from entering the home.
Another term for sill. The horizontal part of a door assembly, fixed under the door panel and bearing on the floor.
Any strip of wood or other material with a beveled edge applied to the transition area between a floor and the sill plate of a door.
beveled strip, usually wood or stone, fastened to doorsill directly below door.