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appurtenance

noun [C usually plural]     /əˈpɜː.tɪ.nənts/ US  /-ˈpɝː.t̬ɪ-/ formal
a possession or piece of property that is considered to be a typical feature of a particular way of living (典型反映某種生活方式的)所有物,生活物品 Books and CDs are among the appurtenances of student life. 書和CD等都是學生生活的標誌性物品。 Things added or attached to other things
Translations of “appurtenance”
in Chinese (Simplified) (典型反映某种生活方式的)所有物,生活物品…
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