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Recent Examples on the Web. In April 2017, the Oscar-winning movie achieved the highest-grossing debut for a feature-length film based on an original screenplay — a title that previously belonged to the ‘90s classic, The Blair Witch Project. — De Elizabeth, Teen Vogue, "Jordan Peele's "Us" Sets Box Office Records With $70 Million Opening," 24 Mar. 2019 Much of the furniture...

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Belong definition, to be in the relation of a member, adherent, inhabitant, etc. (usually followed by to): He belongs to the Knights of Columbus. See more.

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Define belong to. belong to synonyms, belong to pronunciation, belong to translation, English dictionary definition of belong to. Verb 1. belong to - be a part or adjunct; "the uniform looks like it belonged to a museum collection"; "These pages don't belong" belong inhere - be...

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Definition of belong - be the property of, be a member of (a particular group or organization), (of a thing) be rightly placed in a specified position

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belong definition: To belong is defined as being a member, to fit in or be suitable for. (verb) An example of to belong is to be a member of a book club.... Definitions. belong be·long. Use belong in a sentence. These women belong to a book club. verb.

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Material culture, by definition, belongs both to the ethereal realm of culture and to the material world. From Cambridge English Corpus. When the time interval was 72 h, about 80% of the parasitoids emerging belonged to the species that oviposited first. From Cambridge English Corpus.

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Definition of belong to 1 : to be the property of (someone) : to be owned by The money belongs to him. The house belongs not just to her, but to her husband as well.

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Belonged definition, to be in the relation of a member, adherent, inhabitant, etc. (usually followed by to): He belongs to the Knights of Columbus. See more.