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theirpronoun [pl]

 us   /ðeər/
belonging to or connected with them; the possessive form of they, used before a noun: It was their money, and they could spend it as they liked.
infml Their is also used to refer to a person whose sex is not known: Someone forgot to take their umbrella.
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