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our

adjective /auə/
belonging to us
nuestro; nuestra
This is our house.
ours /auəz/ pronoun the one(s) belonging to us
el (nuestro), la (nuestra), (los) nuestros, (las) nuestras
The house is ours.
ourselves pronoun used as the object of a verb when the person speaking and other people are the object of an action etc they perform
nos
We saw ourselves in the mirror.
used to emphasize we, us or the names of the speaker and other people performing an action etc
nosotros mismos; nosotras mismas
We ourselves played no part in this.
without help etc
nosotros solos, nosotros mismos; nosotras solas, nosotras mismas
We’ll just have to finish the job ourselves.
Translations of “our”
in Vietnamese của chúng ta…
in Thai ของเรา…
in Malaysian kami…
in French notre…
in German unser…
in Indonesian milik kami…
(Definition of our from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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