your

your
poss; pron
(викор. тк. атрибутивно; ć yours)
1) ваш, ваша, ваше, ваші; що належить вам; свій

now, girls, you can take your toys — ну, дівчата, можете взяти свої іграшки

2) who knows it? Raise your hands, please! хто це знає, підніміть, будь ласка, руки!
3) пpикм. що належить вам

all of you know your grammar — граматику (в потрібному вам об'ємі) всі ви знаєте

4) твій, твоя, твоє, твої; що належить тобі; ваш, ваша тощо (при вихованому звертанні до однієї людини); свій

where is your hat? — де ваша шляпа?; these were your own words це були ваші власні слова

thank you for your kindness — дякую за вашу люб'язність

5) в реченнях з підметом you свій

you cannot alter your nature — свою природу /натуру/ не зміниш

6) в знaч. визначеного артикля

wash your hands — вимий руки

on your right [left] — справа [зліва]; цей

your typical old-age pensioner — (ось цей) типовий пенсіонер

7) пpикм. що належить тобі, вам

you know your grammar — граматику ти знаєш; цей твій, цей ваш

your expert in handwriting — цей ваш (горезвісний) спеціаліст по почеркам

none of your jokes — чи не можна без ваших жартів

Your Majesty — ваше величність

Your Highness — ваша високість


English-Ukrainian dictionary. 2013.

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