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furnish (something) for (someone or something)

To give something to someone or something; to supply someone or something with something. Is the company going to furnish an apartment for you, or are you supposed to find one on your own? Don't worry, the finance department is going to furnish the budget projections for our project.
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furnish (someone or something) with (something)

To give something to someone or something; to supply someone or something with something. Is the company going to furnish you with an apartment, or are you supposed to find one on your own? Don't worry, the finance department is going to furnish us with the budget projections for our project.
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furnish something for someone or something

 and furnish someone or something with something
to provide something for someone or a group. I would be happy to furnish dinner for the visitors. I furnished the board of directors with the information.
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furnish something for something

to provide something to be used as something. Could you furnish the salad for our picnic? We can't furnish enough glassware for the whole party.
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References in classic literature ?
The Chief of the Surete calmed their impatience by undertaking to furnish to the press, that evening, all the information he could give that would not interfere with the judicial inquiry.
Remove & replace sidewalk areas, remove & replace interior integrally-colored slab areas, replace bollards & provide new plastic bollard sleeves, furnish structural supports for condenser platform & miscellaneous steel, joist reinforcing, millwork & trim Package, install furnished NRP, EIFS re-surfacing, remove existing & re-caulk sidewalk joints and vertical control joints, flashing at new roof penetrations, misc.
SIR Elton John and David Furnish have officially got married - exactly nine years after they tied the knot in a civil partnership ceremony.
a closer look behind a prominent promotion This Week: Shearle Furnish, founding dean of the College of Arts, Letters & Sciences at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock
DAVID Furnish has told how he and partner Sir Elton John have found parenthood much easier the second time around.
London, Mar 29 ( ANI ): Sir Elton John and his long time partner David Furnish are planning another baby by the end of the year, so that their 14-month-old toddler Zachary has a sibling.
If you choose to furnish your property please bear in mind that as a landlord you become responsible to repair/ replace any items left in situe that break down via wear and tear.
Sir Elton John (right) and partner David Furnish who have become parents to a baby boy.
lt;"I'm going to give you all a nice quiet cell -- unless you furnish bail.
Phoenix and El Paso, Texas, recycling plants provide nearly 60 percent of the furnish needed for the Prewitt mill.
A new method has been devised to allow papermakers to predict the felt marking quantitatively by taking into account felt construction, sheet furnish, and pressing conditions.
The Federal Reserve Board on June 8, 2004, issued amendments to Regulation V (Fair Credit Reporting), which implements the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), that would add model notices for financial institutions to use if they furnish negative information to consumer reporting agencies.
A series of laboratory flakeboard panels were manufactured with the inclusion of discrete layers of furnish that had been treated with acetic anhydride.
When Jim Furnish became supervisor of Oregon's Siuslaw National Forest in 1992, he stepped straight into the eye of a political storm.
Directed by David Furnish (Cinemax, premieres September 3, check local listings)