Translation of furniture in Spanish:

furniture

Pronunciation: /ˈfɜːrnɪtʃər; ˈfɜːnɪtʃə(r)/

n

uncountable/no numerable
  • 1.1 (in home, office) muebles (mpl), mobiliario (m) a piece of furniture un mueble we need to rearrange the furniture tenemos que cambiar los muebles de lugar bedroom/garden/office furniture muebles or mobiliario de dormitorio/jardín/oficina to be/become part of the furniture formar/pasar a formar parte del decorado he's worked in this office so long, he's become part of the furniture hace tanto tiempo que trabaja en la oficina, que ya forma parte del decorado (before noun/delante del nombre) furniture mover o (British English/inglés británico) remover empresa (feminine) de mudanzas furniture polish cera (f) para muebles, lustramuebles (m) (Southern Cone/Cono Sur) furniture store o (British English/inglés británico) shop mueblería (feminine) furniture van (British English/inglés británico) camión (masculine) de mudanzas or (Colombia) de trasteos furniture warehouse o (British English/inglés británico) store depósito (m) de muebles, guardamuebles (m), bodega (f) (Mexico/México)
    More example sentences
    • If you are in a room with lots of furniture, tables, chairs, bar stools, etc., use them to your advantage.
    • Henny and I sit on one of the two slip-covered red couches - the only furniture in the living room except for two dining tables.
    • By contrast, in the center of the first gallery was a room's worth of furniture: a sofa, chair, coffee table, lamp and rug.
    1.2 (fittings) desk furniture artículos (masculine plural) de escritorio door furniture herrajes (masculine plural)

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