Definition of 'chest of drawers'
Example sentences containing 'chest of drawers'
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Pressed tightly together in the five-inch space under the chest of drawers they were staring at her with huge, terrified eyes. HIDING FROM THE LIGHT (1993)It was a battered Victorian chest of drawers imitating Sheraton. THE TARTAN RINGERS (1993)In the bedroom, dressed again, she stood looking at Mr Hotchkiss squatting on top of the chest of drawers. LOHENGRIN (1993)
Translations for 'chest of drawers'
British English: chest of drawers /tʃɛst əv drɔːz/ NOUN
A chest of drawers is a low, flat piece of furniture with drawers in which you keep clothes and other things.
- American English: chest of drawers
- Arabic: خِزَانَة مَلابِس بِأَدْراج
- Brazilian Portuguese: cômoda
- Chinese: 五斗柜
- Croatian: komoda s ladicama
- Czech: prádelník
- Danish: kommode
- Dutch: ladekast
- European Spanish: cómoda
- Finnish: lipasto
- French: commode meuble
- German: Kommode
- Greek: σιφονιέρα
- Italian: cassettone
- Japanese: 整理だんす
- Korean: 서랍장
- Norwegian: kommode
- Polish: komoda
- European Portuguese: cómoda
- Romanian: comodă
- Russian: комод
- Spanish: cómoda mueble
- Swedish: byrå möbel
- Thai: ตู้ที่มีลิ้นชัก
- Turkish: komodin
- Ukrainian: комод
- Vietnamese: tủ có nhiều ngăn kéo
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