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Meaning of “your” - Learner’s Dictionary

your

determiner     strong /jɔːr/ weak /r/
OF PERSON SPOKEN TO
A1 belonging or relating to the person or people you are talking to: Can I borrow your pen? It's not your fault.Possessive forms
OF PEOPLE IN GENERAL
B1 belonging or relating to people in general: You never stop loving your children.Possessive forms
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