1. I
I shan't be in a hurry to furnish я не буду торопиться обставлять квартиру; knick-knacks that help to furnish безделушки, которые создают уют
2. III
furnish a house (a room, one's flat, one's home, the living room, an office, etc.) обставлять дом и т. д.
furnish data (facts, supplies, provisions, the necessary equipment, etc.) поставлять /предоставлять/ материалы и т. д.; the sun furnishes heat солнце furnish источник тепла
3. IV
furnish smth. in some manner
1) furnish the house well (badly, poorly, shabbily, handsomely, comfortably, luxuriously, etc.) хорошо и т. д. обставить дом; I must furnish this room better мне надо бы лучше обставить эту комнату
2) he willingly furnished all the information we wanted он охотно сообщил нам все необходимые сведения
4. XI
1) be furnished funerals furnished обслуживаются похороны, принимаются заказы на похороны (объявление); meals are furnished to order питание предоставляется по заказу /по требованию/
2) be furnished with smth. no part of England is better furnished with good hotels ни в одной части Англии нет такого количества прекрасных гостиниц
5. XXI1
1) furnish smth. for smb. furnish a flat for his niece (an apartment for ourselves, a room for a boy, etc.) обставлять квартиру своей племянницы и т. д.; furnish smth. in smth. furnish a flat in the modern style (in luxurious fashion, etc.) обставлять квартиру в современном стиле и т. д.
2) furnish smth. to smb., smth. furnish tools to workmen (money to him for a mysterious purpose, .food to the hungry, supplies to the army, etc.) предоставлять рабочим инструменты и т. д, снабжать рабочих инструментами и т. д.; furnish smb., smth. with smth. furnish the men with food and ammunition (them with money and clothes, an army with supplies, a factory with current, the laboratory with the apparatus for the experiment, etc.) обеспечивать /снабжать/ людей продовольствием и аммуницией и т. д.; we furnished them with information мы снабжали их сведениями; they furnished us with proof они представили нам доказательства; the company furnishes electric power to every town in the district компания снабжает все города района электроэнергией; furnish a library with books укомплектовать библиотеку книгами; furnish shelves with splendidly bound books уставить полки книгами в прекрасных переплетах; furnish a boat with oars оснастить лодку веслами; furnish a fort with guns придать крепости пушки; furnish each саг with lavatory accomodation оборудовать вагоны санузлами

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