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valuablesplural noun

 us   /ˈvæl·ju·ə·bəlz, -jə·bəlz/
small objects, esp. jewelry, that can be sold for a lot of money: You may store your valuables in the hotel safe while you are here.
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valuablesnoun [plural]

uk   us   /ˈvæljuəblz/
small objects, especially jewellery, that are worth a lot: A standard home contents policy covers events such as fire, storm, flood, and theft of valuables from the home. Put valuables in the hotel safe.
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