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持ち物, 持物, 持ちもの, もちもの

  • mochimono


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • one's property
  • personal effects

Examples of 持ち物,持物,持ちもの,もちもの in a Sentence

Don't leave your things behind.
I was thrown out of the house bag and baggage.
They robbed Jim of everything he had.
Please leave my things alone.
Let my things alone.
Please put their name on everything they take with them.
Where are your things?
Be sure to take all your belongings with you.
Don't leave your things behind.
Get your things together.

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