English version

effects

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisheffectseffects[plural] formalOWN the things that someone owns syn belongings Don’s few personal effects were in a suitcase under the bed. effect
Examples from the Corpus
personal effectsNo cover applies in the respect of unattended baggage and personal effects.And so, amongst his personal effects are a number of papers.Armistead died requesting that Hancock be given his personal effects for delivery to his family.But an examination of the wreck by remote-controlled cameras failed to find any human remains or personal effects.Tucker wants to know what's happening about Francis's personal effects.Large green canvas portmanteau containing the personal effects of the late Victor Zenobia.