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rug in Household topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrugrug /rʌɡ/ ●●● S3 noun [countable]  1 rug.jpg DHDHHa piece of thick cloth or wool that covers part of a floor, used for warmth or as a decorationmat, carpet2 British EnglishDHHTRAVEL a large piece of material that you can wrap around yourself, especially when you are travelling3 pull the rug (out) from under somebody/sb’s feet4 DCa toupée – used humorously
Examples from the Corpus
rugA comfortable chair, a rug on the deck, and a favorite picture made it my home.He brought in a rug from New York Carpet World and put it under his desk.In the living-room, Fara was asleep on a rug beside Chantal's cradle.a large circular rugNever place an oriental rug, particularly an expensive one, directly on an uncarpeted floor.A thick, choking smoke arose but the rug began to burn and she dropped it with a cry.We went into a living room in which there was old furniture, a worn rug, and a frayed velvet sofa.