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Translation of "my" - English-Spanish dictionary

my

determiner   /maɪ/
A1 belonging to the person who is speaking or writing mi Tom’s my older son. It’s not my fault.
(Definition of my from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

my

adjective /mai/
of or belonging to me mi, mis That is my book I hurt my leg She borrowed my pen.
myself pronoun
used as the object of a verb or preposition when the speaker or writer is the object of an action he or she performs me; mi (con una preposición) I cut myself while shaving I looked at myself in the mirror.
used to emphasize I, me or the name of the speaker or writer yo mismo; yo misma I myself can’t tell you, but my friend will I don’t intend to go myself.
see also mine1.
(Definition of my from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “my”
in Vietnamese của tôi…
in Malaysian kepunyaan(saya)…
in Thai ของฉัน…
in French mon/ma/mes…
in German mein/-e…
in Indonesian milik saya…
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