According to Cambridge Dictionary, "cabinet" is a countable noun, so I can say "a cabinet", "one cabinet", "two cabinets" etc.

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In the image above, I guess each circle represents one cabinet, so do the arrows. So, there are four cabinets pointed out in total.

Is my understanding correct?

  • Assuming you're treating adjoining units of doors and shelves as a "cabinet" (although it's not clear where the line is actually drawn), there are at least 3 more cabinets in that picture. – Jason Bassford Jul 27 '20 at 1:34

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