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fitment

(ˈfɪtmənt)
n
1. (Mechanical Engineering) machinery an accessory attached to an assembly of parts
2. (Furniture) chiefly Brit a detachable part of the furnishings of a room
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fitment - any of the items furnishing or equipping a room (especially built-in furniture); "she liked the kitchen fitments"
article of furniture, furniture, piece of furniture - furnishings that make a room or other area ready for occupancy; "they had too much furniture for the small apartment"; "there was only one piece of furniture in the room"
Translations

fitment

[ˈfɪtmənt] N
1. (Brit) → mueble m
2. (= accessory) [of machine] → aparejo m
3. = fitting B2

fitment

[ˈfɪtmənt] n [kitchen, bathroom] → meuble m encastré, élément m

fitment

n (Brit: = furniture) → Einrichtungsgegenstand m; (of machine, car)Zubehörteil nt

fitment

[ˈfɪtmənt] n
a. (accessory, of machine) → accessorio
b. = fitting 2b
References in classic literature ?
By God the basin is a good one, and worth a real of eight if it is worth a maravedis," and handed it to his master, who immediately put it on his head, turning it round, now this way, now that, in search of fitment, and not finding it he said, "Clearly the pagan to whose measure this famous head-piece was first forged must have had a very large head; but the worst of it is half of it is wanting.
Three months of consultation will follow and a fitment timetable will not be announced for some months.
The TG250-LD manufactures foil laminate pouches incorporating an accurately applied polypropylene fitment to the inner layer of the pouch material, while also filling the pouches with a variety of liquid reagent products.
We have a good understanding of this segment ,and have excellent relationships with the machine makers, pouch fillers, and fitment providers.
Studies show that 25% of all accidents and 60% of fatalities are caused by skidding, but if ESP fitment was pushed up from the current 24% of new cars sold in the UK to 60% it might save about 2,000 lives a year and still more people from serious and other injuries.
The problem could be virtually eradicated overnight by the fitment of laminated glass, which is almost indestructible.
A session on design/virtual tire development will include talks on, "Development of a non-pneumatic wheel"; "Ranking tires for heavy truck steering feel performance using a simulation model"; "Multi-objective design problem of tire wear and visualization of its pareto solutions"; "Nonlinear, finite deformation, shell model analysis of tire structure"; and "Rim slip and bead fitment of tires: Analysis and design.
DaimlerChrysler, for example, said that the standard fitment of ESP in all Mercedes-Benz passenger cars had reduced their incidence in "driving accidents" in Germany by around 42%.
About 4,000 executives are demanding 30 per cent fitment in the new pay scales approved by the government recently, the management has agreed only for pay revision with a fitment benefit of 5 per cent, PTI reported.
Equipped with state-of-art service, 'fleet point facility' offers services like, truck tyre fitment, Passenger & 4WD tyres balancing & fitment, etc.
Normally the Rigid Lens II closure will result in a 74% reduction in plastic weight versus a comparable molded fitment.
The flat rod system also enables positive registration and location in a tool-less fitment which thus provides a quick installation to compliment the smooth operation when in-situ.