belong en Inglés

Pronunciación
v. be a part of; fit, suit

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She was a powerful Pharaoh and I was proud to use my army to get her back into Alexandria where she belonged.
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Where I used to live in Normandy, I grew up being able to see Jersey, one of the Channel Islands that belong to the United Kingdom.
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“Do you know that some day it will all belong to you?” continued the count. “All that, and a great deal more…”
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“His blankets; belonging to him?” demanded Joe.
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Alice could think of nothing better to say than: “It belongs to the Duchess; it is she who should well be consulted on the subject.”
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And, after having paid his passenger what he considered a compliment, he was going away, when Mr Fogg said, The vessel now belongs to me?
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“An elephant! An elephant that belongs to an Indian who lives but a hundred steps from here.”
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Do you know that all that land belongs to me? said the count, extending his hand and describing a large semicircle with his whip.
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Evidently, the lawyer said to Mrs Errol one day, she is a person belonging to the lowest class of society.
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Her son is seven years old. She is also an American, but an American belonging to the lowest class of society.
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Sinónimos

1. pertain: appertain, concern, relate, vest
2. set: go, fit in, conform
3. be akin to: reside, inhere, occupy



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