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formal an object, piece of equipment, etc. that is used for a particular activity or that you have because of a particular situation
something that someone owns or can make money from, especially online
things, especially valuable things, that are owned by someone
informal the things that belong to a particular person or activity or in a particular place
the objects that belong to a particular person or that are used for a particular purpose
objects that someone owns that can be moved from one place to another
something that you own
something such as money or property that a person or company owns
the things you own
small possessions that are worth a lot of money, for example jewellery
property that can be moved
English version of thesaurus of general words for possessions
an employment concept in which people are paid for each specific, short-term task that they do and don't have conventional contracts of employment
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