A cabinet or closet, usually with a door and shelves, used for storage
a kitchen cupboard
a small room (or recess) or cabinet used for storage space
A cupboard or press (Hiberno-English) is a type of cabinet, often made of wood, used indoors to store household objects such as food, crockery, textiles and liquor, and protect them from dust and dirt.
An enclosed storage space with a door, usually having shelves, used to store crockery, food, etc; A table or sideboard on which to display or store cups, dishes etc
(Cupboarding) Dangerous practice of cutting into roofing pillars to get cheap slate
(Cupboards) like any large cavity in a dream, symbolize your lungs and respiratory system. This is especially true if the cupboard is described as being at chest level.
(Cupboards) “I don’t want anyone to see what I use to eat, so I’m going to hide everything. But not at ground level. No, everything has to be up above my head. What? You want some water? Well…ok, but only look in the middle one!”
(cupboards) storage area with doors; used for holding food, dishes, cleaning supplies, etc.
A cabinet, box or closet with shelves designed to hold cups, dishes or food.
To see a cupboard in your dream, is significant of pleasure and comfort, or penury and distress, according as the cupboard is clean and full of shining ware, or empty and dirty. See Safe.
This word refers back to the original design, which was a board, or table, on which cups, drinking vessels and other necessaries for meals were placed. ...
Just because we don't hear the P in this word when we pronounce it [kuhburd], doesn't mean it's not there.
A piece of furniture with one or more doors concealing storage space.
Your inner resources; stored reserves / Hidden memories or emotions; being trapped in old feelings or habits; needing to recapitulate / Being 'open' or 'closed' to other people
a shelf for keeping vessels, provisions, etc
using a square piece of paper make the book fold then open the paper and take each outside edge and fold it to the center line. By bringing each edge over to the next line you will end up making even more equal vertical strips.