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personal effects

plural noun     formal
things that you own which you often carry with you, such as keys or clothing (钥匙、衣物等)随身物品,私人物品 After she had identified the body of her husband, the police asked her to collect his personal effects. 她辨认出丈夫的尸体后,警察让其取走他的随身物品。 Belongings and possessions
Translations of “personal effects”
in Chinese (Traditional) (鎖匙、衣物等)隨身物品,私人物品…
(Definition of personal effects from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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