Hindi translation of 'own'
own /əʊn अउन्/
Word forms: owns, owning, owned
1. adjective, pronoun
You use own to indicate that something belongs to or is typical of a particular person or thing.
My wife decided I should have my own shop.
I let her tell me about it in her own way.
...a sense of style that is very much her own.
2. adjective, pronoun
You use own to emphasize that someone does something without any help from other people.
He'll have to make his own arrangements.
There's no career structure, you have to create your own.
3. transitive verb
If you own something, it is your property.
स्वामित्व में होना
He owns a house in the South of France.
own a house/farm/restaurant
When you are on your own, you are alone.
If you do something on your own, you do it without any help from other people.
I work best on my own.
If someone or something comes into their own, they become very successful or start to perform very well because the circumstances are right.
परिस्थिति की अनुकूलता की वजह से सफल रहना
The goalkeeper came into his own with a series of brilliant saves.
If you own up to something wrong that you have done, you admit that you did it.
अपराध स्वीकार करना
None of the passengers owned up to breaking the no-smoking ban.
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Example Sentences Including 'own'
I'd rather come home quietly -' There was her own long pause; then she said quietly,'I understand.YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
You are accusing my wife -'Sir, please -' Malone held up his own hand.YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
Walter looked at a loss in his own home; at a Bar table there would have been papers to shuffle, junior counsel to consult.YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
Trends of 'own'
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'own' in Other Languages
- Arabic: مُلْكَه
- Brazilian Portuguese: próprio própria
- Chinese: 自己的
- Croatian: vlastit vlastita
- Czech: vlastní
- Danish: egen
- Dutch: eigen
- European Spanish: propio propia
- Finnish: oma
- French: propre appartenant
- German: eigen
- Greek: δικό μου
- Italian: proprio propria
- Japanese: 自分自身の
- Korean: 자기 자신의
- Norwegian: egen eget
- Polish: własny własna
- Portuguese: próprio própria
- Romanian: propriu propriu, proprie, proprii
- Russian: собственный собственная
- Spanish: propio propia
- Swedish: egen eget
- Thai: ที่เป็นของตัวเอง
- Turkish: kendi
- Ukrainian: власний
- Vietnamese: của chính mình
- Arabic: يَـمْلِكُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: possuir
- Chinese: 拥有
- Croatian: posjedovati
- Czech: vlastnit
- Danish: eje
- Dutch: bezitten
- European Spanish: poseer tener
- Finnish: omistaa
- French: posséder
- German: besitzen
- Greek: κατέχω
- Italian: possedere
- Japanese: 所有する
- Korean: 소유하다
- Norwegian: eie
- Polish: posiąść posiadać
- Portuguese: possuir
- Romanian: a deține
- Russian: владеть
- Spanish: poseer
- Swedish: äga
- Thai: เป็นเจ้าของ
- Turkish: sahip olmak
- Ukrainian: володіти
- Vietnamese: sở hữu
Translation of own from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary