摘要： The things you collected may acquire the value beyond their true worth
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Those who never have to move house become indiscriminate collectors of what can only be described as clutter.
e.g. Darwin amassed evidence to support his theories.
2. They leave unwanted objects in drawers, cupboards and attics for years, in the belief that they may one day need just those very things.
- in the belief that
e.g. Thieves broke into the building in the belief that there was expensive computers inside.
3. Things owned for a long time are full of associations with the past, perhaps with relatives who are dead, and so they gradually acquire a value beyond their true worth.
- associations with sth/ sb
in association with sth/sb
e.g. Conserts sponsored by the council in association with local business.
- value beyond their true worth