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possess

verb [T] uk   /pəˈzes/ us  

possess verb [T] (OWN)

C1 to have or own something, or to have a particular quality: I don't possess a single DVD (= I don't have even one DVD). In the past the root of this plant was thought to possess magical powers.
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possess verb [T] (CONTROL)

(of a wish or an idea) to take control over a person's mind, making that person behave in a very strange way: [+ to infinitive] Whatever possessed him to wear that appalling jacket!
Traducciones de “possess”
en coreano 소유하다…
en árabe يَمْلُك…
en francés posséder…
en turco sahip olmak, ...ın/in sahibi olmak…
en italiano avere, possedere…
en chino (tradicionál) 擁有, 具有…
en ruso обладать, владеть…
en polaco posiadać…
en español poseer, tener en su haber, tener…
en portugués possuir…
en alemán besitzen…
en catalán posseir, tenir…
en japonés ~を所有する, 持つ…
en chino (simplificado) 拥有, 具有…
(Definition of possess from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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