furnishings


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fur·nish·ing

 (fûr′nĭ-shĭng)
n.
1. A piece of equipment necessary or useful for comfort or convenience.
2. furnishings The furniture, appliances, and other movable articles in a home or other building.
3. furnishings Wearing apparel and accessories.

furnishings

(ˈfɜːnɪʃɪŋz)
pl n
1. (Furniture) furniture and accessories, including carpets and curtains, with which a room, house, etc, is furnished
2. (Clothing & Fashion) US and Canadian articles of dress and accessories
Translations
لَوازِم، تَجْهيزات، أثاث
zařízení
inventarmøblement
lakberendezés
húsbúnaîur

furnishings

[ˈfɜːnɪʃɪŋz] NPLmuebles mpl, mobiliario msing

furnishings

[ˈfɜːrnɪʃɪŋz] nplmobilier m

furnishings

plMobiliar nt; (with carpets etc) → Einrichtung f; with furnishings and fittingsvoll eingerichtet

furnishings

[ˈfɜːnɪʃɪŋz] nplmobili mpl, mobilia

furnish

(ˈfəːniʃ) verb
1. to provide (a house etc) with furniture. We spent a lot of money on furnishing our house.
2. to give (what is necessary); to supply. They furnished the library with new books.
ˈfurnished adjective
a furnished flat.
ˈfurnishings noun plural
furniture, equipment etc. The office had very expensive furnishings.
ˈfurniture (-tʃə) noun
things in a house etc such as tables, chairs, beds etc. modern funiture.
furniture is a collective noun taking a singular verb: His furniture is rather old .
References in classic literature ?
The furnishings of the room were light, cool, and practical.
Two chairs, a home-made table with a Kansas City Star as a cloth, a sheetless bed, a rough cupboard, a stove and floors carpeted with accumulations of untidiness completed the furnishings.
Sometimes she would question Clayton as to the strange noises of the nights; the absence of servants and friends, and the strange rudeness of the furnishings within her room, but, though he made no effort to deceive her, never could she grasp the meaning of it all.
Its furnishings and appointments bespoke wealth and culture, and carried the suggestion that the room was often the scene of royal functions which filled it to its capacity.
And the room: didst set to rights the furnishings I had delivered here, and sweep the century-old accumulation of filth and cobwebs from the floor and rafters?
The Prince stood in the middle of that strange room, whose furnishings and atmosphere seemed, indeed, so marvellously reminiscent of some far distant land.
The house in which I live cost a hundred thousand dollars, and its furnishings, books, and works of art cost as much more.
One by one the furnishings were purchased and brought home under cover of darkness.
Her idea at first had been to get her niece as far away as possible from herself, and at the same time place her where her childish heedlessness would not destroy valuable furnishings.
It was a small room, not disorderly, because of lack of furnishings to disorder it.
The handsome fittings and furnishings of the house in Sackville Street were piled thick and high over the skeleton up-stairs, and if it ever whispered from under its load of upholstery, 'Here I am in the closet
A large, civil cocked hat, like those worn by clergymen within the last thirty years, surmounted the whole, furnishing dignity to a good-natured and somewhat vacant countenance, that apparently needed such artificial aid, to support the gravity of some high and extraordinary trust.