Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Furniture"

The meaning of "Furniture" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The furniture is in reasonable condition. mean?
A: @Pi_Chan

The furniture is not brand new, but is usable
Q: What does The furniture company has an ability to create one-of-a-kind pieces. mean?
A: Assuming "one-of-a-kind pieces" is what you dont understand,

One of a kind means it's completely unique, and sometimes valuable. A one of a kind person is someone who is special and usually skilled.

"Pieces" here refers to a piece of art. So, their individual furniture.
Q: What does furniture mean?
A: Furniture is things like a couch or a chair.
Q: What does furniture mean?
A: furniture es como, una cama o cosas asi, yo no hablo mucho español. Es como.....un mueble
Q: What does furniture mean?
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Example sentences using "Furniture"

Q: Please show me example sentences with furniture .
A: "I moved into a new apartment but I don't have any furniture yet."
"I got a new puppy and he chewed holes in a lot of my furniture."
"I went to a furniture store to look for a new sofa."
"My friend used to work at a furniture store as a salesman."
"My furniture is old and faded."
"I took some of my old furniture to a place to get it reupholstered."
"My dog is blind but he can get around the house just fine because he has memorized where everything is. However, I can't rearrange furniture or he will bump into it. So, everything has to stay as it is."
"I got this couch at a used furniture store."
Q: Please show me example sentences with furniture .
A: You're part of the furniture...

Synonyms of "Furniture" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between furniture vs furnitures and What is the difference between furniture and furnitures? ?
A: Furniture is a noun. Something like a chair or bed or table. It is both singular and plural at the same time.

there really is only one instance when you can use the word furnitures. If you had a store in the store had one section of kids furniture. and another section of furniture from Asian countries. And then another section of furniture from Sweden. in a situation like that you could ask the store employee what type of furnitures do you have?
So in this case you're not actually talking about a plural form of furniture, you're talking about what types of furniture they have.
Q: What is the difference between furniture and furnishing ?
A: It's a little hard to explain, there's definitely a difference, but it's very small, and as a native speaker, it's kinda one of those things I just know.
Best I can figure it out, "furniture" refers to big objects in a room, like the couch, the chairs, the table, the bookshelf, and stuff like that. Whereas "furnishings" refers to everything in a room, including smaller stuff like paintings, flowers, books, blankets and other things that wouldn't normally be considered furniture. (Note that living things aren't generally considered furnishings even if they are in a room, because they tend to move themselves from room to room.)
Q: What is the difference between are there any furniture in the kitchen? and is there any furniture in the kitchen? ?
A: “Is there any furniture” is natural.
“Are there...” is not natural
Q: What is the difference between you like to make furnitures and you like making furnitures ?
A: Here I will show you an example
You can use make + ing
Ex: what are you making?
You can use to+ make
Ex: what are you going to make?
Q: What is the difference between furniture and furnishings ?
A: It's a little hard to explain, there's definitely a difference, but it's very small, and as a native speaker, it's kinda one of those things I just know.
Best I can figure it out, "furniture" refers to big objects in a room, like the couch, the chairs, the table, the bookshelf, and stuff like that. Whereas "furnishings" refers to everything in a room, including smaller stuff like paintings, flowers, books, blankets and other things that wouldn't normally be considered furniture. (Note that living things aren't generally considered furnishings even if they are in a room, because they tend to move themselves from room to room.)

Translations of "Furniture"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The furniture of this picture
A: Unless they want to know the specific type of shelf, it's just a shelf.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? furniture
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? furniture that has been bought years ago and been ageing... become a bit darker or sturdier and still more beautiful. in my language directly translation is "the furniture that has had a dirth of time". how do u say in english?
A: "Aged well" or "Aged beautifully" works! You can use this to describe people and animals too.

"This old desk has aged well!"
"My grandma exercised every day, and she aged really well."
"I can't believe how beautifully this vase has aged!"
"His painting aged well, and is still popular today."
"I don't think this box will age well..."
"How do I make sure my dog ages well?"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? furniture
A: it's desks, cupboards, chairs, basically all non-electric bigger interior

Other questions about "Furniture"

Q: 1.The furniture in our living room is old. My parents are thinking of buying something new.
2.I’m afraid of the dark, so I never switch off this lamp at night.
3.Andrew, who likes cooking in your family?
Is it correct?
A: all sentences are fine.
@Tenebrosity nothing wrong with "likes cooking". "cooking" here is a noun instead of a verb.
Q: I have little furniture that fits traditional style houses.

I have little furniture that matches traditional style houses.

Are both of them correct? What's the difference? does this sound natural?
A: I think - I have some furniture sounds more natural
1. refers to the quantity or number of furniture items
2. refers to the style and decor of house
Q: I work at the furniture factory.
I'm a furniture assembler.
Furniture factory where I am working produce mainly kitchen cabinets, wardrobes, bookcases, chests.
I like produce goods with my hands and see results of my job.
There're not many workers that's why we know each other very well.
Good team and opportunity to see results of your work are important to me.
does this sound natural?
A: I edited it to make it flow a little better.

"I work at a furniture factory as a furniture assembler. The factory where I work mainly produces kitchen cabinets, wardrobes, bookcases, and shelves. I like creating things with my hands and seeing the results of my job. There aren't many employees at the factory, so we all know each other very well. Working alongside a good team and having the opportunity to see the results of my work are important to me."

Hopefully that helps! :)
Q: I bought several furniture for his younger brother. does this sound natural?
A: I will choose (very) almost natural.

I think "several" might be changed to "some" to loosen things up like an everyday conversation.
Q: I don't like moving out because when we move out we have to take our furniture apart and reassemble it in the new house. That's always tiring. does this sound natural?
A: I don't like moving because we have to take our furniture apart and reassemble it in the new house. It's tiring.

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