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belong

verb [I]  /bɪˈlɔŋ/ us  
to be in the right place, or (of a person) to feel that you are in the right place: Your shoes belong in the closet, not in the middle of the room. Tom, it’s great to see you on TV – you belong here. The painting belongs in (= should be in) a modern art museum.
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