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Meaning of “fittings” - Learner’s Dictionary

fittings

noun [plural]     /ˈfɪtɪŋz/ mainly UK
ON FURNITURE
parts that are fixed to a piece of furniture or equipment: a circular bath with gold fittingsFurniture and fittings - general words
IN HOUSE
things that are fixed to the walls, floors, and ceilings inside a house but that can be moved: Does the price of the house include all the usual fittings?Furniture and fittings - general words
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