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paraphernalia

noun [U]     /ˌpær.ə.fəˈneɪ.li.ə/ US  /ˌper.ə.fɚˈneɪl.jə/
all the objects needed for or connected with a particular activity (某項活動所需的)全部用具,全套裝備 We sell pots, gloves, seeds and other gardening paraphernalia. 我們出售花盆、手套、種子及其他各類園藝用品。 Bags of cocaine and all sorts of drug paraphernalia were seized at the airport. 大包大包的古柯鹼和各種各樣的吸毒用品在機場被查獲。 Things needed for a task
(Definition of paraphernalia from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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