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bits and pieces

Definition of bits and pieces in English:

An assortment of small items: weird bits and pieces of paraphernalia
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  • We have called in to pick up a few bits and pieces, and to collect a rather expensive lamp for K's mother.
  • The actual textiles seemed to be of all kinds, a few whole garments, old socks, hankies, torn-off sleeves, j-cloths, rags, babies' stuff, bits and bobs.
  • Your poor pal has just made a terrifying investment and, as you say, is having to shell out for new furnishings and other bits and bobs.
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