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Translation of "-'s" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

-'s

suffix /-s/ /-z/
used to show that the following thing belongs to the person or thing named (用來構成所有格)…的 the cat's tail 貓的尾巴 Patricia's dress 派翠西亞的裙子 today's paper 今天的報紙 the children's shoes 孩子們的鞋 Possessive forms
the house belonging to the stated person …家 The boys are at Alison's. 男孩子們在艾利森家。 Home
UK the shop belonging to the stated person …的商店 I got it at the greengrocer's. 它是我從蔬果店裡買來的。 Home
Translations of “-'s”
in Chinese (Simplified) (用来构成所有格)…的, …家, …的商店…
(Definition of -'s suffix from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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