Definition of sofa in English:

sofa

Line breaks: sofa
Pronunciation: /ˈsəʊfə
 
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noun

A long upholstered seat with a back and arms, for two or more people: [as modifier]: sofa cushions
More example sentences
  • There were two sofas, and three armchairs scattered around a glass coffee table.
  • The children sat back on their armchairs and sofas and settled back to their thinking.
  • This room is of a generous size and there is plenty of space for sofas, chairs and a dining table.
Synonyms
British put-you-up;
Frenchcanapé, tête-à-tête;
North American davenport, day bed, studio couch, sectional
rare squab

Origin

early 17th century: from French, based on Arabic ṣuffa.

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