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Translation of "furnish" - English-Spanish dictionary

furnish

verb   /ˈfɜː·nɪʃ/
to put furniture into a room or building amueblar They have furnished the room very simply.
(Definition of furnish from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

furnish

verb /ˈfəːniʃ/
to provide (a house etc) with furniture amueblar We spent a lot of money on furnishing our house.
to give (what is necessary); to supply proporcionar, guarnecer, proveer, suministrar They furnished the library with new books.
furnished adjective
amueblado a furnished flat/apartment.
furnishings noun plural
furniture, equipment etc muebles, mobiliario The office had very expensive furnishings.
furniture /-tʃə/ noun
things in a house etc such as tables, chairs, beds etc muebles, mobiliario modern funiture.
furniture is a collective noun taking a singular verb: His furniture is rather old.
(Definition of furnish from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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