Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Belongings"

The meaning of "Belongings" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I don't like it to help themselves with my belongings mean?
A: i don't like it when they help themselves with my belongings.
Q: What does "belongings" mean?
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Q: What does belongings mean?
A: Yout personal possessions. For example, your luggage or your bags

Example sentences using "Belongings"

Q: Please show me example sentences with belongings.
A: I lost my suitcase at the airport with all my belongings in it.
Q: Please show me example sentences with belongings.
A: "Please take your belongings with you when you leave."

"I threw your belongings out the window."

"I left my belongings at the airport."

Synonyms of "Belongings" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between belongings and stuff ?
A: Belongings is an object that belongs to a person.

Stuff is just generalizing “things” “objects”

Examples:

“Please grab your belongings from your locker at the end of the year or they will get thrown out.”

“There’s stuff on the ground, please pick it up.”
Q: What is the difference between belongings and paraphernalia ?
A: My belongings are in the trunk, ready for transport.

The computer and its paraphernalia are in the den.

Belongings refer to a living person's property.

paraphernalia refers to equipment needed for and activity or tool.

Translations of "Belongings"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? belongings
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? can I say, could leave my belongings with you a few minutes and I'll comeback.
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? please don't leave your belongings unattended we are not responsible
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? personal belongings
A: Personal property

Other questions about "Belongings"

Q: Please don't leave your personal belongings
out in the common area. does this sound natural?
A: completely natural! :)
Q: He gave all his belongings the owl and returned to the city to show how rich he had become.
While he was carrying the golden bags, he noticed there was a horrible smell that came from them. Therefore he stopped and saw inside the bags. -Oh no!- cryed out the man-Where have my gold gone?. Inside the bags there was not gold, but manure. He was really disapointed and became a poor one without friends and family. The man understood that a stingy and bad person did not deserve happiness. does this sound natural?
A: He gave all of his belongings to the owl and returned to the city to show how rich he had become. While he was carrying the bags full of gold, he noticed a horrible smell coming from them, so he stopped and looked inside the bags. "Oh no!" the man cried out. "Where has my gold gone?" Inside the bags there was not gold, but manure. He was disappointed and became a poor man without friends or family. The man understood that a stingy, greedy, bad person did not deserve happiness.
Q: Please make sure you bring allowed belongings only. does this sound natural?
A: I think "Please make sure that you only bring the allowed belongings."
Q: Please make sure again not to leave your belongings behind. does this sound natural?
A: I think this is a little better: "Please double check to make sure you are not leaving any belongings behind."
Q: I gave her belongings back at a station. She looked sad and said 'Good bye'. does this sound natural?
A: In conversation, people would use "stuff" instead of "belongings". I would say:

I handed her stuff back to her at the station. She looked sad when she said, 'goodbye.'

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