Translation:The clothes are in the cabinet which is beside the door.
The clothes are in the cabinet which is beside the door. Cabinet is singular
I am resorting to very bad swear words which i generally never use! I agree with above PLUS surely 'next to' can be used instead of 'beside'
Or: The dresses are in the wardrobe which is next to the door. Who puts clothes (or dresses) in a CABINET? (OED: cabinet - a case or cupboard with drawers and shelves for storing or displaying articles - ie china, TVs, etc )
"The clothes are in that wardrobe which is next to the door" Surely this should be accepted?
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A very different piece of furniture (and one I ahve never seen in Hungary). A dressing table is a "toalettasztal" or "fésülködőasztal". (A székrény is basically a big cupboard with hangers - maybe a shelf)