English version

your

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishyouryour /; strong jɔː $ jər strong jɔːr/ ●●● S1 W1 determiner [possessive form of ‘you’]  1 OWNused when speaking or writing to one or more people to show that something belongs to them or is connected with them Could you move your car? Is that your brother over there? Don’t worry. It’s not your fault. Be aware of your own feelings.2 XXof or belonging to any person If you are facing north, east is on your right.3 informalXX used when mentioning something that is a typical example of a particular type of thing It was just your basic, ordinary hotel room – nothing special. Your typical 60s pop group had three guitarists and a drummer.
Examples from the Corpus
your ownYou can rent skis or you can bring your own.
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