in your own right Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of “in your own right” in the English Dictionary

"in your own right" in British English

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in your own right

If you have a ​position in ​your own right, you have ​earned it or got it by yourself and not because of anyone ​else: She's a ​millionaire in her own right.
(Definition of in your own right from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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in your own right

(also in its own right) because of ​your own ​ability, ​effort, or ​situation and not because of anyone or anything ​else: Her ​husband has ​money, but she’s ​wealthy in her own ​right. This ​hospital is an ​advancedcriticalcarecenter in ​its own ​right.
(Definition of in your own right from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “in your own right”
in Chinese (Simplified) 依靠自己的能力, 根据自己的权利, 凭自己的资格…
in Chinese (Traditional) 依靠自己的能力, 根據自己的權利, 憑自己的資格…
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