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personal belongings

This page is about the collocation personal belongings

collocation pattern: adjective + noun

Meaning

personal possessions that belong to you

For example

  • Don't leave any personal belongings in the overhead lockers when you leave the plane.

  • The few personal belongings I had with me were thoroughly searched by the prison guards.

Note:
Related collocations include "personal possessions" and "personal effects"

Quick Quiz

Before leaving, I put my all personal belongings into

a. my wallet

b. my suitcase

c. my computer

Contributor: Matt Errey