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He points out that by committing to storing your belongings you are forced to sort things out. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You have much to say and many plans to share with the key people in your life. The Sun (2016)The only thing you can alter is your food and people eat less to keep warm. The Sun (2016)Some people may doubt your choices but let time prove you right. The Sun (2016) People love your ideas and your success can go from local to global. The Sun (2016)If your people need anything then you must ask my government. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Are all the people in your place good people? Times, Sunday Times (2016)You bring people to your home. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Your success surprises people - including you. The Sun (2016)The solstice makes this the shortest day but it could also be the one that brings so many interesting people into your life. The Sun (2016)You are advised to take extra care of your belongings in busy locations fco. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Who have been the most influential people in your life and why? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Watch what happens in your relationships with people around you. Christianity Today (2000)Take photographs of your home and belongings to help with any claim. Times, Sunday Times (2013)To pursue a certain kind of fame is to invite people into your life. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Insurers will insist that you take care of your personal belongings and keep them secure. The Sun (2015)The moon moves in to your sign and sparks new understanding with key people in your life. The Sun (2012)Especially when they take a load of your belongings. The Sun (2012)The moon is in your sign so people are receptive to your ideas. The Sun (2014)Do you only really relax in your own space with your own belongings around? The Sun (2008)The moon in your sign makes people more receptive to your plans. The Sun (2010)The moon in your sign ensures people like your ideas. The Sun (2011)You write off the English at your peril. The Sun (2009)Something memorably structure to your English taste. Somewhere East of Life (1994)Some of his ideas are slightly different to your typical English coach. The Sun (2015)HAVE you left your English blood behind? The Sun (2006)
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Translations for 'your'
British English: your /jɔː; jʊə; jə/ DETERMINER
You use your to show that something belongs to the people that you are talking to.
I do like your name.
- American English: your
- Arabic: الـخَاصُّ بِك
- Brazilian Portuguese: seu, seus
- Chinese: 您的
- Croatian: tvoj
- Czech: váš
- Danish: din
- Dutch: jouw
- European Spanish: tu
- Finnish: sinun tai teidän
- French: ton
- German: Ihr
- Greek: δικός σου
- Italian: tuo
- Japanese: あなたの
- Korean: 당신의
- Norwegian: din
- Polish: twój
- European Portuguese: seu, seus
- Romanian: al tău
- Russian: ваш
- Latin American Spanish: su
- Swedish: din
- Thai: ของคุณ ของท่าน
- Turkish: sizin
- Ukrainian: твій
- Vietnamese: của bạn
Definition of your from the Collins English Dictionary
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