- ▶ plural noun PRECIOUS ITEMS, costly items, prized possessions, personal effects, treasures.
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valuables — val‧u‧a‧bles [ˈvæljuəblz, jblz ǁ jblz] noun [plural] things someone owns that are worth a lot of money, such as jewellery and electronic equipment: • The insurance policy covers valuables up to £3,000. * * * valuables UK US /ˈvæljuəblz/ noun … Financial and business terms
valuables — index assets, estate (property), property (possessions) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
valuables — see VALUABLE (Cf. valuable) … Etymology dictionary
valuables — n. to check one s valuables (esp. AE) * * * to check one s valuables (esp. AE) … Combinatory dictionary
valuables — [[t]væ̱ljuəb(ə)lz[/t]] N PLURAL Valuables are things that you own that are worth a lot of money, especially small objects such as jewellery. Leave your valuables in the hotel safe … English dictionary
valuables — val|u|a|bles [ˈvæljuəbəlz, jubəlz US jubəlz] n [plural] things that you own that are worth a lot of money, such as jewellery, cameras etc ▪ Guests should leave their valuables in the hotel safe … Dictionary of contemporary English
valuables — noun (plural) things that you own that are worth a lot of money, such as jewellery, cameras etc: Guests should leave their valuables in the hotel safe … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
valuables — noun valuable items collectively … Wiktionary
valuables — val|u|a|bles [ væljəblz ] noun plural small possessions that are worth a lot of money, for example jewelry … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
valuables — valÂ·uÂ·aÂ·ble || vÃ¦ljÉ™bl n. something of great worth adj. of great worth, costly; cherished, dear, important … English contemporary dictionary
valuables — small valuable items of personal property. → valuable … English new terms dictionary