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preposition (POSSESSION) 擁有     weak /əv/ strong /ɒv/ US  /ɑːv/
used to show possession, belonging or origin (用於表示歸屬或來歷)…的,屬於 a friend of mine 我的一位朋友 the president of the United States 美國總統 employees of the company 公司雇員 the colour of his hair 他頭髮的顏色 a habit of mine 我的一個習慣 that revolting dog of hers 她那條可惡的狗 the love of a good woman 一個善良女人的愛 the complete plays of (= written by) Federico Garcia Lorca 費德裡科‧加西亞‧洛爾卡戲劇全集 Belongings and possessions
(Definition of of preposition (POSSESSION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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