possession Определение в кембриджском словаре английского языка
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Определение "possession" в словаре английского

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possessionnoun

uk   us   /pəˈzeʃ.ən/
C2 [U] the fact that you have or own something: The possession of large amounts of money does not ensure happiness.formal I have in my possession a letter which may be of interest to you.formal He was found in possession of explosives.B2 [C usually plural] something that you own or that you are carrying with you at a particular time: Please remember to take all your personal possessions with you when you leave the aircraft. [C usually plural] a country that is ruled by another country: a former overseas possession [U] in games such as football and rugby, the time when a team has control of the ball: Wolves had a lot of possession but failed to score. We need to keep possession of the ball to give ourselves a chance.get/take possession of sth specialized to start to use and control a building or piece of land that you may or may not own: We've already bought the house but we won't take possession of it until May.
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на корейский 소유물…
на арабский مُمْتَلَكات…
на португальский posse, bem…
на каталонский possessió…
на японский 所有物, 財産…
на итальянский avere, bene…
на китайский (традиционный) 擁有,佔有, 具有, 所有物,個人物品…
на русский имущество, собственность, обладание…
на турецкий sahip olunanlar, mal mülk, sahip olma…
на китайский (упрощенный) 拥有,占有, 具有, 所有物,个人物品…
на польский dobytek, posiadanie…
(Определение слова possession из Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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