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their

determiner
 
 
/ðeər/ US  /ðer/
of or belonging to them
他們的;她們的;它們的
He gave them their coats.
他把他們的外衣交給了他們。
Possessive forms
used to refer to one person in order to avoid saying 'his or her'
﹙用來指某個人,以代替 his 或 her﹚
One of the students has left their book behind.
有個學生遺忘了一本書。
Possessive forms
(Definition of their from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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