In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(in home, office)muebles masculinemobiliario masculinea piece of furniture — un mueble
- we need to rearrange the furniture — tenemos que cambiar los muebles de lugar
- bedroom/garden/office furniture — muebles / mobiliario de dormitorio/jardín/oficina
- before noun furniture mover / (British) remover — empresa de mudanzas
- furniture store / (British) shop — mueblería
- furniture van — camión de mudanzas
- furniture warehouse / (British) store — depósito de muebles
- Travel furniture from chairs, tables and bookcases to bedroom suites, was in much demand in the late 18th and 19th centuries.
- If you are in a room with lots of furniture, tables, chairs, bar stools, etc., use them to your advantage.
- By contrast, in the center of the first gallery was a room's worth of furniture: a sofa, chair, coffee table, lamp and rug.
- The houses inside were full of furniture like chairs tables beds and other things of the sort.
- I saw his bed was in the same design as his furniture in the living room had been.
- He plastered the front hall with Christmas cards, new and old, and moved much of the living room furniture to the family room.
- John works with a bunch of artisans in a small-scale factory where they can knock up stage furniture, chairs, tables, small boats - and ships!
- A chair and a table were the only furniture in the room.
- The Embark furniture range will include lamps, bar stools, coffee tables, dining furniture and reclining chairs.
- Use ladderback chairs, rocking chairs, benches, wicker furniture and Windsor chairs.
- We collected dust samples from the participants' mattresses, bedding, bedroom floors, living room floors, upholstered furniture, and kitchens.
- I informed my mother, who was busy arranging furniture in the living room.
- An ethos of functionalism informed all of their furniture designs.
- When you entered the doorway you faced a mirrored closet and then, right in front of you was a large room where they put the dining room furniture, pool table, stereo system and couch.
- The walls were still brick, but she had brought in an overstuffed couch and glass coffee table for furniture and placed plants and a very nice book case in the corner.
- It was a large room with pretty oak furniture: a desk, queen bed, and wardrobe.
- He makes coat stands, dining room suites, bedroom furniture and tables or anything his private and corporate clients ask.
- Around the edges of the room were pieces of furniture like tables and a few chairs.
- 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.
- They didn't buy any more furniture for the living room or extra bedrooms because furnishing the baby's room was the most important thing on their list.
2(fittings)desk furniture — artículos de escritorio masculine
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