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belong  

1      (with)       to   be at the disposal of, be held by, be owned by, be the property of  
2      (with)       to   be affiliated to, be allied to, be a member of, be associated with, be included in  
3    attach to, be connected with, be fitting, be part of, fit, go with, have as a proper place, pertain to, relate to  
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belong  

  ( belongs    3rd person present)   ( belonging    present participle)   ( belonged    past tense & past participle  )
1       verb   If something belongs to you, you own it.  
no cont  
The house had belonged to her family for three or four generations.      V to n  
2       verb   You say that something belongs to a particular person when you are guessing, discovering, or explaining that it was produced by or is part of that person.  
no cont  
The handwriting belongs to a male...      V to n  
3       verb   If someone belongs to a particular group, they are a member of that group.  
no cont  
I used to belong to a youth club.      V to n  
4       verb   If something or someone belongs in or to a particular category, type, or group, they are of that category, type, or group.  
no cont  
The judges could not decide which category it belonged in...      V in/to n  
5       verb   If something belongs to a particular time, it comes from that time.  
no cont  
The pictures belong to an era when there was a preoccupation with high society.      V to n  
6       verb   If you say that something belongs to someone, you mean that person has the right to it.  
no cont  
...but the last word belonged to Rosanne.      V to n  
7       verb   If you say that a time belongs to a particular system or way of doing something, you mean that that time is or will be characterized by it.  
no cont  
The future belongs to democracy.      V to n  
8       verb   If a baby or child belongs to a particular adult, that adult is his or her parent or the person who is looking after him or her.  
no cont  
He deduced that the two children belonged to the couple.      V to n  
9       v-recip   When lovers say that they belongtogether, they are expressing their closeness or commitment to each other.  
no cont  
I really think that we belong together...      V together  
He belongs with me.      V with n  
10       verb   If a person or thing belongs in a particular place or situation, that is where they should be.  
no cont  
You don't belong here...      V adv/prep  
I'm so glad to see you back where you belong...      V adv/prep  
They need to feel they belong.      V  
  belonging      n-uncount  
...a man utterly without a sense of belonging.     

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belonging, belongings, below, befog

Dizionario Collaborativo     Inglese Sinonimi
exp.
The rights of ownership and power for transference of one’s web assets belong to the individual.
[Tech.]
n.
A meeting of people who have the same interests, or belong to the same organization
I like conventions more than meeting with people who have nothing in common with me.

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