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Miscellaneous pieces of furniture

bookcase

noun

a piece of furniture with shelves in it for putting books on

bookshelf

noun

a shelf that you put books on

cheval glass

noun

a long mirror fixed to a frame that stands on the floor

coat peg

noun

an object fixed to a wall, door etc for hanging clothes on

coatstand

noun

a piece of furniture consisting of a tall pole with hooks at the top for hanging coats and hats on

console

noun

a piece of furniture designed to hold a television, radio, or other piece of electronic equipment

dressing table

noun

a piece of bedroom furniture consisting of a table or set of drawers and a mirror

filing cabinet

noun

a tall piece of office furniture with drawers in which you keep documents

fitted kitchen

noun

a kitchen with cupboards, shelves, and appliances that are fixed in particular places where they fit exactly

footstool

noun

a small low piece of furniture for resting your feet on

hat stand

noun

a piece of furniture consisting of a base and a pole with hooks at the top for hanging coats and hats on

hook

noun

a curved piece of metal or plastic for hanging things on

pegboard

noun

a large thin board that is fixed to a wall and that has holes in it for pegs or hooks on which you hang things, such as pans or tools

pouf

noun

a small soft piece of furniture that you can rest your feet on or sit on

rack

noun

an object used for storing things that consists of a row of small shelves, spaces, or hooks

shelving

noun

shelves, especially shelves that are fitted to a wall

stand

noun

an object or a piece of furniture used for holding, supporting, or storing something

pre-roll

a video advertisement that appears immediately before an online video

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breakfast rave

a rave … that takes place early in the morning and where there is no alcohol or drugs …

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