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From cabin +‎ -et, influenced by French cabinet. In sense of “a government group”, compare salon, also named for a room used to gather.

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  • IPA: /'kæbɪnɪt/

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Cabinet

Plural
Cabinets

Cabinet (plural Cabinets)
  1. A storage closet either separate from, or built into, a wall.
  2. Patrono:Historical A size of photograph, specifically one measuring 3⅞" by 5½".
    • 1891, Arthur Conan Doyle, A Scandal In Bohemia, Norton (2005), p. 19,
      Holmes took a note of it. “One other question,” said he. “Was the photograph a cabinet?”
  3. A group of advisors to a government or business entity.
  4. Patrono:Politics In parliamentary and some other systems of government, the group of ministers responsible for creating government policy and for overseeing the departments comprising the executive branch.
  5. (archaic) A small chamber or private room.
  6. (often capitalized) a collection of art or ethnographic objects
  7. Patrono:Dialectal milkshake

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From Italian gabinetto.

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Cabinet m. (plural Cabinets)

  1. (archaic) a study
  2. an office, a surgery
  3. a cabinet
  4. a cabinet of government advisors
  5. (in plural) the toilet, lavatory

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