English version

your very own

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishyour very ownyour very ownOWNused to emphasize the fact that something belongs to one particular person and to no one else She was thrilled at the idea of having her very own toys to play with.of your very own At last, she had a home of her very own. very
Examples from the Corpus
of your very ownLucinda brooded, of her very own; a dainty diamond cluster she and Charlie had chosen together.She missed her so dreadfully when she was away, as though a part of her very own body was missing.Don't worry, though, Linux now has a section of its very own, starting on page 159.Three cases of our very own sugar.
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