furnish+with+a+house

  • 1 furnish with quarters — index lodge (house) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 house — I. n. 1. Habitation, abode, dwelling, mansion, residence, domicile, dwelling place, home. 2. Building, edifice. 3. Family, household. 4. Lineage, race, kindred, tribe. 5. Legislative body. 6. Firm, partnership, company, concern, commercial… …

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  • 3 furnish — [fʉr′nish] vt. [ME furnishen < extended stem of OFr furnir (Fr fournir) < Frank * frumjan (akin to OE framian, Ger frommen, to benefit), caus. < * fruma (akin to ON frami, profit): for IE base see FROM] 1. to supply, provide, or equip… …

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  • 4 furnish — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. equip, outfit; provide, yield, supply. See preparation, provision. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To supply necessities] Syn. supply, provide, outfit, fit out, equip, stock, appoint, arm; see also provide… …

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  • 5 house — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 building that is made for one family to live in ADJECTIVE ▪ beautiful, comfortable, elegant, fancy (esp. AmE), fine, grand, handsome, lovely, luxurious …

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  • 6 house — n 1. dwelling, residence, home, abode, homestead, household; domicile, dwelling house, lodgings, quarters, Chiefly Brit. Inf. diggings or digs; mansion, castle, palace, manor house; villa, chateau, chalet, country seat, hall; hacienda, plantation …

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  • 7 Furnish — Fur nish (f[^u]r n[i^]sh), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Furnished}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Furnishing}.] [OF. furnir, fornir, to furnish, finish, F. fournir; akin to Pr. formir, furmir, fromir, to accomplish, satisfy, fr. OHG. frumjan to further, execute, do,… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 8 furnish — fur‧nish [ˈfɜːnɪʆ ǁ ˈfɜːr ] verb [transitive] 1. to provide or supply something: • Each company is required to furnish details of its market position to the Bank of England at the close of business each day. • The company entered into a hire… …

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  • 9 furnish — 1 *provide, supply Analogous words: *get, obtain, procure, acquire, secure: *prepare, fit, ready, qualify, condition Antonyms: strip 2 Furnish, equip, outfit, appoint, accouter, arm are comparable when they mean to supply a person or something… …

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  • 10 furnish — furnisher, n. /ferr nish/, v.t. 1. to supply (a house, room, etc.) with necessary furniture, carpets, appliances, etc. 2. to provide or supply (often fol. by with): The delay furnished me with the time I needed. n. 3. paper pulp and any… …

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  • 11 furnish — 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… …

    Grammatical examples in English

  • 12 furnish — fur|nish [ˈfə:nıʃ US ˈfə:r ] v [T] [Date: 1400 1500; : Old French; Origin: furnir to complete, provide equipment ] 1.) to put furniture and other things into a house or room ▪ Having bought the house, they couldn t afford to furnish it. furnish… …

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  • 13 furnish — fur•nish [[t]ˈfɜr nɪʃ[/t]] v. t. 1) to supply (a house, room, etc.) with necessary appliances, esp. furniture 2) to provide or supply (often fol. by with): The delay furnished me with extra time[/ex] • Etymology: 1400–50; < OF furniss , long s …

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  • 14 furnish */ — UK [ˈfɜː(r)nɪʃ] / US [ˈfɜrnɪʃ] verb [transitive] Word forms furnish : present tense I/you/we/they furnish he/she/it furnishes present participle furnishing past tense furnished past participle furnished 1) to provide furniture for a room or house …

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  • 15 furnish — verb (T) 1 to put furniture and other things into a house or room: The apartment was furnished in Art Deco style. | furnish sth with sth: a room furnished with a desk and swivel chair 2 to supply or provide something: They were asked to furnish… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 16 furnish — 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… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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

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  • 18 furnish — /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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  • 19 furnish — [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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  • 20 furnish — v.tr. 1 provide (a house, room, etc.) with all necessary contents, esp. movable furniture. 2 (foll. by with) cause to have possession or use of. 3 provide, afford, yield. Etymology: OF furnir ult. f. WG …

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