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ourspronoun [pl]

us   /ɑʊərz, ɑrz/
belonging to, or that which belongs to us: He’s a cousin of ours. That’s their problem – not ours. I think these seats are ours.
(Definition of ours from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







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ourspronoun

uk   /aʊəz/ /ɑːz/ us   /ˈaʊ.ɚz/ /aʊrz/
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Translations of “ours”
in Arabic لَنا…
in Korean 우리의 것…
in Portuguese nosso, -a…
in Catalan (el) nostre…
in Japanese 私たちのもの(”we” の所有代名詞)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 我们的…
in Turkish bizimki, bizimkiler…
in Russian наш, наша, наше…
in Chinese (Traditional) 我們的…
in Italian (il) nostro…
in Polish nasz…
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