English - Vietnamese Dictionary
furniture /'fə:nitʃə/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) trang bị (của máy móc, tàu bè)
- (ngành in) cái chèn, lanhgô
- (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) yên cương (ngựa)
- the furniture of one's pocket
- the furniture of one's mind
- trí thức và óc thông minh
'fɜrnɪtʃə(r) /'fɜːn-Thesaurus Dictionary
+furnishings that make a room or other area ready for occupancy
Advanced English Dictionary
1 furnishings, household (goods); movables, chattels, paraphernalia, effects, possessions, belongings, Colloq gear, things, stuff, Slang shit:
There wasn't any furniture in the room, not even a chair.
2 fittings, fitments, equipment, fixtures, apparatus, devices, tackle, tack, trappings, gear, accoutrements or US also accouterments, accessories, appliances, Colloq Brit clobber:
The front door has some fine brass furniture.
+ nounCollocation Dictionary
[U] objects that can be moved, such as tables, chairs and beds, that are put into a house or an office to make it suitable for living or working in: a piece of furniture + garden / office furniture + We need to buy some new furniture.
See also - STREET FURNITURE
Idioms see PART n.
an eighteenth-century town house, complete with period furniture
| modern | fine
The wood is used for making fine furniture.
| cheap, second-hand | foam-filled, upholstered | bedroom, garden, office, outdoor | cane, pine, rattan, wooden, etc.
VERB + FURNITURE
arrange, move around, rearrange
The room would look bigger if we rearranged the furniture.
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