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Definition of “lost property” - Learner’s Dictionary

lost property

noun [U]   UK
things that people have left in public places which are kept somewhere until the owners can collect themBelongings and possessions
Translations of “lost property”
in Korean 분실물…
in Arabic أشْياء مَفْقودة…
in Portuguese objetos achados e perdidos…
in Catalan objectes perduts…
in Japanese 遺失物, 忘れ物…
in Italian oggetti smarriti…
in Chinese (Traditional) 遺失物品…
in Russian потерянные вещи…
in Turkish kayıp eşya…
in Chinese (Simplified) 遗失物品…
in Polish rzeczy zagubione, zguby…
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