Translation of your in Spanish:

your

Pronunciation: /jʊr; weak form jər; jɔː(r); jʊə(r); weak form jə(r)/

adj

The translations tu and su agree in number with the noun which they modify; they appear as tu, tus, su, sus, depending on what follows: your father/mother tu padre/madre or su padre/madre; your books/magazines tus libros/revistas or sus libros/revistas.The translation vuestro agrees in number and gender with the noun which it modifies; it appears as vuestro, vuestra, vuestros, vuestras, according to what follows: your father/mother vuestro padre/madre; your books/magazines vuestros libros/vuestras revistas.For your used with parts of the body,

  • 1.1 (belonging to one person) (singular, familiar) tu; (plural, familiar) tus; (singular, formal) su; (pl formal) sus your son/daughter tu hijo/hija, su hijo/hija your sons/daughters tus hijos/hijas, sus hijos/hijas I mean your son me refiero a tu hijo/su hijo de usted wash your hands lávate/lávese las manos 1.2 (belonging to more than one person) (singular, familiar) su (Latin America/América Latina) , vuestro, (Spain/España) ; (plural, familiar) sus (Latin America/América Latina) , vuestros, (Spain/España) ; (singular, formal) su; (plural, formal) sus pick up your things, children recojan sus cosas, niños (Latin America/América Latina) , recoged vuestras cosas, niños (Spain/España) I mean your company, gentlemen me refiero a su compañía de ustedes, caballeros put your shoes on pónganse or (Spain/España) pone(r)os los zapatos 1.3 (one's) if your name begins with A … si tu/su nombre empieza con A … you have to take your shoes off in a mosque hay que quitarse los zapatos en una mezquita 1.4 (typical) [colloquial/familiar] (singular) el, ; (plural) los, take your average politician, for example mira al típico político, por ejemplo

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