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accoutrements

plural noun formal ( US also accouterments)     /əˈkuː.trə.mənts/ US  /əˈkuː.t̬ɚ-/
the equipment needed for a particular activity or way of life (某种活动或生活方式所需的)装备,配备 Belongings and possessionsThings needed for a task
Translations of “accoutrements”
in Chinese (Traditional) (某種活動或生活方式所需的)裝備,配備…
(Definition of accoutrements from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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