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verb /əun/
to have as a possession
poseer, tener, ser dueño de
I own a car.
to admit that something is true
confesar, admitir
I own that I have not been working very hard.
owner noun a person who owns something
propietario, dueño
Are you the owner of that car?
ownership noun
get one’s own back to revenge oneself
vengarse, desquitarse, tomarse la revancha
He has beaten me this time, but I’ll get my own back (on him).
own up phrasal verb ( often with to) to admit that one has done something
He owned up to having broken the window.
Translations of “own”
in Arabic يَمْتَلِك…
in Korean 소유하다…
in Malaysian mempunyai, mengaku…
in French posséder, avouer…
in Turkish sahip olmak…
in Italian possedere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 合法擁有, (合法)擁有…
in Russian иметь, владеть…
in Polish posiadać…
in Vietnamese sở hữu, thừa nhận…
in Portuguese possuir, ter…
in Thai เป็นเจ้าของ, ยอมรับ…
in German besitzen, eingestehen…
in Catalan posseir…
in Japanese ~を所有する…
in Indonesian memiliki, mengakui…
in Chinese (Simplified) 合法拥有, (合法)拥有…
(Definition of own from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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