furniturenoun

  • ja家具
  • enthe movable articles, as tables, chairs, desks or cabinets, required for use or ornament in a house, office, or the like

Examples

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That's my desk.
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Not anymore.
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It's my desk now.
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My computer, my office furniture.
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My office.
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What's that saying cowboys use?
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"Fuck with the bull and you get the horns."
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Well, you fucked with the bull.
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Now, would you guys say you eat or drink on and around your furniture?
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As opposed to eating and drinking over the sink?
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Well, I mean a glass of water or a cup of tea is fine,
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but tomato soup, I mean, come on.
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We're very responsible with our things.
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Satisfied?
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They don't make them like this anymore, gang.
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It's the new, biggest piece of furniture in the house.
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The couch has been put on notice.
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Good, sir.
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I'm here from the Downton Abbey area.
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And I'm trying to find some furniture for my new flat.
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That's apartment in English.
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All the furniture in our house, that was his taste.
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I didn't even know what my taste was anymore
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because I had never been asked to use it.
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And then these barracks did not have bathrooms,
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did not have a kitchen, did not have any running water,
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and we had to go to a different building to go eat.
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We didn't have any furniture,
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so my father got us a big box that he put on the floor
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and that was our dining table.
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We sat on the floor, Japanese style.
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Okay, then. Hmm.
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There's a lot of extra furniture.
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I wonder if they collect pieces 'cause there's a lot of these armoire things.
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I can't even open the door all the way.
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Everything is in disarray.
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Their overall lifestyle is just a disaster.
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You think I have $1,200?
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I'm home in the middle of the day.
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And I got patio furniture in my living room.