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your

pronoun  /jʊər, jɔr, jər/ us  

your pronoun (BELONGING TO YOU)

belonging to or connected with the person or people being spoken to; the possessive form of you: Is this your umbrella? Let’s take your car because it has more room than mine.

your pronoun (OF PEOPLE GENERALLY)

belonging to or connected with any person or people generally: Exercise is good for your health.
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