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A cupboard is a piece of furniture with doors at the front and usually shelves inside.
Cupboards in American English are built-in shelves behind doors. They are mainly found in kitchens.
A wardrobe is a tall piece of furniture, usually in a bedroom, that has space for hanging clothes.
A wardrobe is sometimes built into the wall of a room, rather than being a separate piece of furniture. In American English, a built-in wardrobe is called a closet.
|Noun||1.||cupboard - a small room (or recess) or cabinet used for storage space|
airing cupboard - a warm cupboard where you put newly washed clothes until they are completely dry
broom closet - a small room for storing brooms and other cleaning equipment
safe - a ventilated or refrigerated cupboard for securing provisions from pests
storage space - the area in any structure that provides space for storage
supply closet - a closet for storing supplies
Cupboards and cabinetsambry, armoire, bookcase, buffet, bureau, cabinet, canterbury, cellaret, chest, chest of drawers, chest-on-chest, chiffonier or chiffonnier, closet, clothes-press, commode, console, Coolgardie safe, court cupboard, credence table or credenza, dooket (Scot.), drawer, dresser, filing cabinet, étagère, garderobe (archaic), highboy (U.S.), larder, locker, lowboy (U.S.), medicine chest, pantry, press, safe, shelf, sideboard, stand, tallboy, vitrine, wardrobe, Welsh dresser, whatnot
cupboard[ˈkʌbərd] n → placard m
kitchen cupboard → placard m
store cupboard → placard m
stationery cupboard → armoire à fournitures airing cupboardcupboard love n (British) → amour m intéressé