Significado de “my” - en el Diccionario Inglés

my en inglés británico

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mydeterminer

uk /maɪ/ us /maɪ/

A1 of or belonging to me (= the speaker or writer):

my feet
my name
my jacket
It wasn't my fault.
formal She was somewhat surprised at my asking (= that I asked) for the book to be returned.
See also
my own

used to emphasize that something belongs to or is connected with me and no one else:

I want my own car.
It was my own decision.
This cake is all my own work (= I made it without help).

used in front of a noun as a way of expressing love or as a polite or humorous form of address:

Do you want any help, my dear?

relating to a part of some websites where you can choose to see only the information that is important to you

Más ejemplos

  • I'm sure I left my purse on the desk.
  • I haven't had my holiday photos developed yet.
  • I failed my History A level.
  • I had a chat with my boss today about a possible salary increase.
  • Both my parents are teachers.

myexclamation

uk /maɪ/ us /maɪ/ old-fashioned

(Definición de my del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

my en inglés americano

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mypronoun

us /mɑɪ/

belonging to or connected with me; the possessive form of I, used before a noun:

I think about my father and my mother.
He wanted to be my friend.
my own

My own is used to emphasize that something belongs to or is connected with me and no one else:

I bit my own hand.

(Definición de my del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)