Definition of street furniture in English:

street furniture

Syllabification: street fur·ni·ture

noun

Objects placed or fixed in the street for public use, such as mailboxes, road signs, and benches.
More example sentences
  • At the meeting, councillors agreed they would recommend a voluntary code of conduct to encourage the appropriate siting of A-boards, street furniture, tables and chairs.
  • It will involve the upgrading of current street furniture, primarily benches, to a more modern standard.
  • In addition, several roads will be extended to Carr Street, pedestrian connections will be developed and street furniture like shelters and benches will be installed.

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