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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfittingfit‧ting1 /ˈfɪtɪŋ/ noun  1 [countable, usually plural] British EnglishDHF a piece of equipment in a house, for example a cooker or a fridge, that can be moved or taken with you when you sell the house fixtures and fittings at fixture(2)2 [countable, usually plural]T an outside part of a piece of equipment that makes it possible to use or handle it a sink with chrome fittings (=handle and taps) new light fittings3 DCC[uncountable] an occasion when you put on a piece of clothing that is being made for you, to see if it fits properly
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fittingInside the church, the degree of elaboration and ostentation of both architecture and fittings indicates status and wealth in the community.The next case provides some useful guidance on distinguishing between fixtures and fittings.There are instances of evicted occupants looting and trashing the house before they leave, even removing the doors and bathroom fittings.All the other brass fittings, supplied by Chas.They're putting in a new sink with chrome fittings.Victorian Bell Pulls were traditionally finished with brass end fittings.The wood of the World War One aircraft is thrashed but the fittings are not and they can be rebuilt.The fittings and furnishings inside the old house were old.