Furnish

  • 21furnish — transitive verb Etymology: Middle English furnisshen, from Anglo French furniss , stem of furnir, fournir to complete, equip, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German frummen to further, fruma advantage more at foremost Date: 15th century 1.… …

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  • 22furnish — 1. noun Material used to create an engineered product. The resin coated furnish is evenly spread inside the form and another metal plate is placed on top. 2. verb a) To provide a place with furniture, or other …

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  • 23furnish — 01. They [furnished] their entire house with old furniture they bought in antique stores. 02. Every apartment should be [furnished] with a smoke detector in the halls and kitchens. 03. We rented a [furnished] apartment for $750 a month. 04. We… …

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  • 24furnish — verb Furnish is used with these nouns as the object: ↑apartment, ↑bedroom, ↑clue, ↑home, ↑house …

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  • 25furnish — fur|nish [ fɜrnıʃ ] verb transitive * 1. ) to provide furniture for a room or house: Furnishing a new home can be very expensive. be furnished with: Her study was furnished with an antique desk and chair. 2. ) to provide someone with something… …

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  • 26furnish — /ˈfɜnɪʃ / (say fernish) verb (t) 1. to provide or supply. 2. to fit up (a house, room, etc.) with necessary appliances, especially furniture. {Middle English furnisshe(n), from Old French furniss , stem of furnir accomplish, furnish, of Germanic… …

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  • 27furnish — To supply, provide, or equip, for accomplishment of a particular purpose. As used in the liquor laws, furnish means to provide in any way, and includes giving as well as selling. As used in the Controlled Substances Act, means to provide or… …

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  • 28furnish — To supply, provide, or equip, for accomplishment of a particular purpose. As used in the liquor laws, furnish means to provide in any way, and includes giving as well as selling. As used in the Controlled Substances Act, means to provide or… …

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  • 29furnish — To supply, provide, equip, or fit out. Tibbets v Moore, 23 Cal 208; Dickinson v Gray, 10 Ky LR 292, 8 SW 876, 9 SW 291. Although it has been said that furnish is synonymous with deliver, the terms are usually not synonymous. 17 Am J2d Contr § 281 …

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  • 30Furnish — Состав, композиция (бумаги); бумажная масса; Зарядка (рулона в питающее устройство); Состав, композиция бумаги; Бумажная масса …

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  • 31furnish — Synonyms and related words: accommodate, accommodate with, accouter, adapt, adjust, afford, apparel, appoint, arm, array, attune, bear, bear fruit, bring forth, capacitate, clothe, condition, contribute, decorate, deliver, dispense, donate, dower …

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  • 32furnish — fur·nish || fÉœrnɪʃ / fɜːn v. fill a house with furniture and appliances; supply, provide; equip …

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  • 33furnish — verb 1》 provide (a room or building) with furniture and fittings. 2》 be a source of; provide.     ↘supply with equipment or information. Derivatives furnished adjective furnisher noun Origin ME: from OFr. furniss , lengthened stem of furnir, ult …

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  • 34furnish — v. a. 1. Provide, supply. 2. Equip, fit, fit up, fit out, fill or supply with furniture. 3. Give, bestow, present, contribute, afford …

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  • 35furnish — verb 1) the bedrooms are elegantly furnished Syn: fit out, provide with furniture, appoint, outfit 2) grooms furnished us with horses for our journey Syn: supply, provide, equip, provision, issue, kit out, present …

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  • 36furnish — v 1. supply, equip, provide, purvey, render, accommodate, Archaic. dight, Obs. appoint; gird, ready, prepare, store, stock, stock up, fill up, Chiefly Scot. plenish; outfit, fit out, fit up, fit, accouter, rig, rig up, rig out, turn out, gear;… …

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  • 37furnish — fur·nish …

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  • 38furnish — verb 1) the bedrooms are elegantly furnished Syn: fit out, appoint, equip; Brit.; informal do out 2) they furnished us with waterproofs Syn: supply, provide, equip, issue, kit out …

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  • 39furnish — [ˈfɜːnɪʃ] verb [T] 1) to provide furniture for a room or house 2) to provide someone with something that they need, especially information Lyall s evidence may have furnished police with a vital clue.[/ex] …

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  • 40furnish —   Ho olako.    ♦ Well furnished, lako …

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