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Turkish translation of “own”

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own

adjective, pronoun, determiner
 
 
/əʊn/
A2 belonging to or done by a particular person or thing
kendi, kendisi, kendine
Each student has their own dictionary. Petra makes all her own clothes. "Is that your mum's car?" "No, it's my own (= it belongs to me)."Particular and individualHaving and owning - general words
of your own belonging to someone or something
sadece kendisine ait
I'll have a home of my own (= home belonging only to me) someday.Particular and individualHaving and owning - general words
(all) on your own B1 alone
kendi başına, yalnız başına, yalnız
Jessica lives on her own.AloneSeparateness and isolation in space
B1 If you do something on your own, you do it without any help from other people.
tek başına, yardımsız, hiç kimseden yardım almadan
She's raised three kids on her own.Unaided and working alone
Translations of “own”
in Korean 자신의…
in Arabic خاص بـِ…
in Portuguese próprio…
in Catalan propi…
in Japanese 自分の…
in Italian proprio…
in Russian свой собственный…
in Polish własny…
(Definition of own adjective, pronoun, determiner from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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