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Turkish translation of “his”

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his

determiner
 
 
strong /hɪz/ weak /ɪz/
A1 belonging to or relating to someone male who has already been talked about
(erkek) onun, ona ait, onunla ilgili
Alex is sitting over there with his daughter. It's not his fault.Possessive forms
Translations of “his”
in Korean 그의…
in Arabic لَه…
in Portuguese dele…
in Catalan el seu (d’ell)…
in Japanese 彼の(男性の代名詞・単数・所有格)…
in Italian suo, sua, suoi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 陽性, 他的, 它的…
in Russian его, принадлежащий ему (притяж. местоимение)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 阳性, 他的, 它的…
in Polish jego, swój…
(Definition of his determiner from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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