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Turkish translation of “her”

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her

pronoun
 
 
strong /hɜːr/ weak /r, ər/
FEMALE A1 used after a verb or preposition to refer to someone female who has already been talked about
(bayan) onun
Where's Kath - have you seen her?Personal pronouns
COUNTRY/SHIP used to refer to a country or ship
(ülke, gemi) onun
God bless HMS Victoria and all who sail in her.Personal pronouns
(Definition of her pronoun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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