Sentence examples of "belonged" in English with translation "appartenir"

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The third star belonged to a certain king. La troisième étoile appartenait à un roi.
This island belonged to France in the 19th century. Cette île a appartenu à la France au XIXe siècle.
This diary belonged to the girl who lived in besieged Leningrad. Ce journal appartenait à la fille qui vivait dans Leningrad assiégée.
At the summer camp, she was in charge of the group I belonged to. Au camp d'été, elle avait la responsabilité du groupe auquel j'appartenais.
I don't belong here. Je n'appartiens pas à cette société.
This pen belongs to me. Ce stylo m'appartient.
This bicycle belongs to me. Cette bicyclette m'appartient.
This book belongs to me. Ce livre m'appartient.
It belongs to my brother. Ça appartient à mon frère.
This house belongs to me. Cette maison m'appartient.
That house belongs to me. Cette maison m'appartient.
Your soul belongs to me. Ton âme m'appartient.
This book belongs to Tony. Ce livre appartient à Tony.
That belongs to my brother. Cela appartient à mon frère.
This racket belongs to me. Cette raquette m'appartient.
You belong to the next generation. Tu appartiens à la génération suivante.
Who does the gun belong to? À qui appartient le fusil ?
I belong to the baseball team. J'appartiens à l'équipe de baseball.
Does this book belong to you? Est-ce que ce livre vous appartient ?
Which club do you belong to? À quel club appartiens-tu ?
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