your 英 [jɔ:(r)]   美 [jʊr]


your  英 [jɔ:(r)] 美 [jʊr]

pron. 你的,你们的 

brush your teeth 刷你的牙
I like your dress. 我喜欢你的连衣裙。

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  • pron. 你的,你们的
  • 1. brush your teeth


  • 2. I like your dress.


  • 3. Excuse me, is this your seat?


  • your Old English eower, possessive pronominal adjective, genitive of ge "ye" (see ye), from Proto-Germanic base of you. Cognate with Old Saxon iuwar, Old Frisian iuwer, Old Norse yðvarr, Old High German iuwer, German euer, Gothic izwar "your." Used in titles of honor by mid-14c.
your / jɔː(r) ; NAmE jʊr / / weak form jə(r) weak form jər / determiner ( the possessive form of you *you 的所有格形式 ) 1 of or belonging to the person or people being spoken or written to 你的;您的;你们的 I like your dress. 我喜欢你的连衣裙。 Excuse me, is this your seat? 对不起,这是您的座位吗? The bank is on your right. 银行在你的右边。 2 of or belonging to people in general (泛指)大家的,人们的 Dentists advise you to have your teeth checked every six months. 牙医建议大家每六个月检查一次牙齿。 In Japan you are taught great respect for your elders. 在日本,人们要学会非常尊敬长辈。 3 ( informal) used to show that sb/sth is well known or often talked about (指有名或经常被谈论的人或事物) This is your typical English pub. 这就是典型的英格兰酒吧。 ( ironic, disapproving) You and yourbright ideas! 你的主意可真高明! 4 Your used in some titles, especially those of royal people (用于某些称呼,尤指王室成员) Your Majesty 陛下 Your Excellency 阁下 your / jɔː(r) ; NAmE jʊr /
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