furniture

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Englisch - Türkisch
mobilya

Odada çok az mobilya vardı. - There was little furniture in the room.

Ben üç parça mobilya satın aldım. - I bought three pieces of furniture.

döşeme
takım
matb yazılar arasındaki boş lukları doldurmak için kullanılan madent parçalar
mobil ya
{i} eşya

Evde, neredeyse hiç eşya yoktu. - There was hardly any furniture in the house.

Odamdaki eşyaların yerlerini değiştirdim. - I changed the arrangement of the furniture in my room.

i eşya
{i} möble
{i} ev eşyası
{i} malzeme
mobilyalar
furniture shop
mobilyacı
furniture leather
mobilya deri
furniture maker
mobilya üreticisi
furniture borer
tahtakurdu
furniture finishing
mobilya yüzey işlemleri
furniture lacquer
(Marangozluk) mobilya verniği
furniture lock
ahşap mobilya kilidi
furniture remover
evden eve nakliye şirketi
furniture surface
mobilya yüzeyi
furniture surfaces
mobilya yüzeyleri
furniture tax
(Ticaret) mobilya vergisi
furniture workers
mobilya işçileri
flat-back furniture
Arka kısmı düz, duvara yaslanacak şekilde imal edilmiş mobilya
seller of furniture
mobilyacı
wooden furniture
ahşap mobilya
wooden furniture
(Marangozluk) ağaç mobilya
built-in furniture
sabit mobilya
built-in furniture
gömme mobilya
furnitures
eşyalar
lawn furniture
cim mobilya
osier furniture
hasır mobilya (söğüt)
sectional furniture
birkaç parçalı mobilya
sectional furniture
ayrılabilir parçalı mobilya
set of furniture
(İnşaat) döşeme takımı
Englisch - Englisch
An item, or, used collectively, items, usually in a room, which enhance the room's characteristics, functionally and/or decoratively
The harness, trappings etc. of a horse or other animal
{n} moveables, goods, utensils, decorations
the machines, devices and other systemparts that form a system The Furniture stands in a system room Sometimes, the steam engine is also in this room, but more often it is found in the Kitchen It is called furniture because the machines etc are kept in wooden closets in the style that is found in many palaces
The mountings of a gun
includes living room; dining room; kitchen; bedroom; nursery; porch, lawn, and other outdoor furniture
furnishings that make a room or other area ready for occupancy; "they had too much furniture for the small apartment"; "there was only one piece of furniture in the room"
{i} movable articles for use in a home or office (i.e. chairs, tables, etc.); accessories, appliances
A mixed or compound stop in an organ; sometimes called mixture
Prefabricated re-usable objects made from clay for use within the muffle or firing chamber to support or separate the pipes or other product of the kiln
The additional items needed, which are screwed to one or both sides of the door to enable a lock or latch to be manually operated
Builders' hardware such as locks, door and window trimmings
Furniture consists of large objects such as tables, chairs, or beds that are used in a room for sitting or lying on or for putting things on or in. Each piece of furniture in their home suited the style of the house. large objects such as chairs, tables, beds, and cupboards (fourniture, from furnir; FURNISH). Household equipment designed for a variety of purposes. It may be made of wood, metal, plastics, stone, glass, fabrics, and related materials. It ranges from the simple pine chest or country chair to the elaborate marquetry-work cabinet or gilded console table. It is usually movable, though it can be built in, as are kitchen cabinets and bookcases. Stylistically it is related to architecture and interior design. Throughout history the functional and decorative aspects of furniture have been influenced by economics and fashion. In the 14th-18th century, furniture making flourished with ever-increasing affluence. In the 1920s and '30s architects designed chairs made of modern materials such as tubular steel and plastic. See also bentwood furniture; Early American furniture; Shaker furniture. bentwood furniture Early American furniture Shaker furniture
Detail Inventory Table category including: desk, hygiene, looking glasses, miscellaneous, recreation, seating, sleeping, storage, tables, and time keeping
– The equipment needed by a falconer
Articles used for convenience or decoration in a house or apartment, as tables, chairs, bedsteads, sofas, carpets, curtains, pictures, vases, etc
The masts and rigging of a ship
A collective term for the various posts and shelving used to support and separate the ware within the kiln chamber
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n perabotan rumah (perabot)
That with which anything is furnished or supplied; supplies; outfit; equipment
An item, or, used collectively, items, (usually) in a room which enhance the rooms characteristics, either functionally and/or decoratively
Pieces of wood or metal of a lesser height than the type, placed around the pages or other matter in a form, and, with the quoins, serving to secure the form in its place in the chase
The necessary appendages to anything, as to a machine, a carriage, a ship, etc
furniment
furniture company
a company that sells furniture
occasional furniture
Small pieces of furniture that can be put to varied uses as the occasion demands. Items such as small tables, nightstands, chests, commodes, and easily moved chairs are usually included in this category
piece of furniture
An item of furniture; any item, such as a table or cupboard, that constitutes furniture
street furniture
The objects and equipment installed on a street, such as bollards, benches, and traffic lights
Early American furniture
Furniture made in the second half of the 17th century by American colonists. The earliest pieces were massive and based on English Jacobean styles. Decoration consisted of carved flower motifs or lunettes and carved scrolls and leaves, sometimes highlighted by painting; oak and pine were the most common woods. Produced in the Connecticut River valley and Massachusetts coastal settlements, it consisted mainly of chests, cupboards, tables, stools, chairs, and beds
Shaker furniture
Furniture designed for the religious colonies of Shakers founded in the U.S. in the last quarter of the 18th century. The Shakers' designs reflected their beliefs that good craftsmanship was in itself an act of prayer and that form should follow function, an attitude that anticipated the concept of Functionalism a century later. Constructed of pine or other inexpensive wood, each item was fashioned solely to serve its intended use and was devoid of decoration. Interest in Shaker furniture and other Shaker crafts revived in the 20th century, after most Shaker colonies had dissolved, and imitations are now widely produced
bedroom furniture
furniture intended for use in a bedroom
bentwood furniture
Type of furniture made of wooden rods bent into shape after being heated with steam. The method was used on the 18th-century Windsor chair, but its principal exponent was Michael Thonet, who exploited its possibilities in the 1840s. His bentwood chairs are among the most successful examples of early mass-produced furniture. Bentwood is light, comfortable, and inexpensive, as well as strong and graceful
diningroom furniture
furniture intended for use in a dining room
furnitures
plural of furniture
lawn furniture
furniture intended for use on a lawn or in a garden
mahogany furniture
{i} furniture made of mahogany wood
office furniture
furniture intended for use in an office
set of furniture
collection of furniture
furniture
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