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yours

pronoun
 
/jɔːz/
A2 the thing or things that belong or relate to the person or people you are talking to
(il) tuo, (la) tua, (il) vostro, (la) vostra
Is this pen yours?
Yours faithfully, sincerely, etc. B1 used just before your name at the end of a polite or formal letter
Distinti saluti
Truly yours, Sincerely yours, etc. used just before your name at the end of a polite or formal letter
Distinti saluti
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