- 1Belonging to or associated with the person or people that the speaker is addressing: what is your name?More example sentences
- We can buy the list that has your name and address on it to mail things out to you.
- All you have to do is find a user name, decide on a password and give them your email address.
- So just leave your email address in your review if you want me to email you when I post.
- 2Belonging to or associated with any person in general: the sight is enough to break your heartMore example sentences
- In any event, if you can find it in your hearts to help us out, we will be eternally grateful.
- Some people say if a burglar wants to break into your house, he will get in no matter what you do.
- To wear your heart on your sleeve now means it is easy for other people to know how you are feeling.
- 2.1 • informal Used to denote someone or something that is familiar or typical of its kind: I’m just your average Joe she is one of your chatty typesMore example sentences
- To your average punter, dance is to the dramatic arts what free jazz is to the musical.
- Can you imagine what your average bar or pub would be like if men had a time of the month?
- 3 (Your) Used when addressing the holder of certain titles: Your Majesty Your EminenceMore example sentences
- When the time comes to say goodbye, you should once again address the Queen as Your Majesty.
Old English ēower, genitive of gē (see ye1), of Germanic origin; related to German euer.
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