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his

pronoun  /hɪz, ɪz/ male us  
belonging to or connected with the person mentioned; the possessive form of he, often used before a noun: Joe left his car parked with the lights on. Isn’t this Kevin’s umbrella? I think it’s his. His is also used to refer to a person whose sex is not known: Anyone who drives his car that fast is asking for trouble.Note: Some people find this use of his to be offensive.
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