Definition of belongings noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

belongings

 noun
noun
BrE BrE//ˈlɒŋɪŋz//
 
; NAmE NAmE//ˈlɔːŋɪŋz//
 
[plural]
 
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the things that you own which can be moved, for example not land or buildings synonym possessions insurance of property and personal belongings She packed her few belongings in a bag and left. The burglars had gone through all his belongings. Synonymsthingsstuff property possessions junk belongings goods valuablesThese are all words for objects or items, especially ones that you own or have with you at a particular time.things (rather informal) objects, clothing or tools that you own or that are used for a particular purpose:Shall I help you pack your things? Bring your swimming things.stuff [U] (informal) used to refer to a group of objects when you do not know their names, when the names are not important or when it is obvious what you are talking about:Where’s all my stuff?property [U] (rather formal) a thing or things that are owned by somebody:This building is government property. Be careful not to damage other people’s property.possessions things that you own, especially something that can be moved:Prisoners were allowed no personal possessions except letters and photographs.junk [U] things that are considered useless or of little value:I’ve cleared out all that old junk from the attic.belongings possessions that can be moved, especially ones that you have with you at a particular time:Please make sure you have all your belongings with you when leaving the plane.goods (technical or rather formal) possessions that can be moved:He was found guilty of handling stolen goods.valuables things that are worth a lot of money, especially small personal things such as jewellery or cameras:Never leave cash or other valuables lying around.Patterns personal things/​stuff/​property/​possessions/​belongings to collect/​gather/​pack (up) your things/​stuff/​possessions/​belongings to search somebody’s/​your/​the things/​stuff/​property/​belongings to go through somebody’s/​your/​the things/​stuff/​belongingsExtra examples In her absence, someone had gone through her belongings. Kyle came back out to retrieve his belongings. She collected up her personal belongings and left. She grabbed her belongings and shoved them in her bag. Please make sure you have all your belongings with you when leaving the plane.
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