Meaning of furnished in English:


Pronunciation /ˈfəːnɪʃt/


  • (of accommodation) available to be rented with furniture.

    in combination ‘a full-sized, fully furnished apartment’
    • ‘At the Rivercourt scheme in Ballymahon, there are two fully furnished penthouse apartments available priced £130,000.’
    • ‘Of course we didn't have a lot to bring as we were renting a furnished apartment.’
    • ‘Established three years ago, Strathclyde Homes Residential Letting, offers fully furnished apartments for rent in smart Glasgow locations.’
    • ‘For example, I have heard of four guys renting a fully furnished house for the summer for $50 / month each, utilities included.’
    • ‘Their solicitor had already found a fully furnished house for rent in London, and made a down payment on it.’
    • ‘There are 13 furnished cottages, each with its own courtyard, terrace, and fireplace.’
    • ‘The farmhouse is split into three fully self-contained and furnished apartments, and has access to a swimming pool, barbecue, deck chairs and sun umbrellas.’
    • ‘The Brookfield Hall development in Castletroy comprises eight blocks of furnished apartments that are to be let to students during the academic year.’
    • ‘Emerald Isle has three- and four-bedroom furnished townhouses and prices start at $134,900.’
    • ‘The Al-Muhajir Hotel, for example, is an unassuming concrete building with 26 furnished apartments.’
    • ‘What easily could have been a dank bachelor's flat, was a bright, warm, and well furnished home.’
    • ‘Before we left, we signed a lease on a furnished house, paid our first month's rent, and spoke with the principal of an elementary school for the girls.’
    • ‘They include priceless centuries-old tapestries, three furnished lodge houses and 261 acres of land.’
    • ‘More non-Inuit will be sent up north from the south to do work and be housed in a newly furnished home by their employers.’
    • ‘Property in new developments is generally sold fully furnished and weekly rents of about $600 can be achieved for three-bedroom villas.’
    • ‘The centre includes a fully furnished show apartment and is open today from 2-4pm.’
    • ‘For those with room to spare, the government's rent-a-room scheme allows a person to earn up to £4,250 a year from renting out a furnished room before any tax is due.’
    • ‘But stretch to £270,000, and you get to keep the suite and all its stylishly furnished contents, which the hotel will rent out for you whenever you are away.’
    • ‘Its advertising material states: ‘we provide completely furnished travel apartments’.’
    • ‘After the divorce, his father had lived in a succession of furnished New York studios, and had moved back to Germany in the early 1960s.’