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be•long



Pronunciation: (bi-lông', -long'), [key]
v.i.
1. to be in the relation of a member, adherent, inhabitant, etc. (usually fol. by to): He belongs to the Knights of Columbus.
2. to have the proper qualifications, esp. social qualifications, to be a member of a group: You don't belong in this club.
3. to be proper or due; be properly or appropriately placed, situated, etc.: Books belong in every home. This belongs on the shelf. He is a statesman who belongs among the great.
4. belong to,
a. to be the property of: The book belongs to her.
b. to be a part or adjunct of: That cover belongs to this jar.

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belomancybelonging
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