Translation of yours in Spanish:

yours

Pronunciation: /jʊrz; jɔːz/

pronoun

The three translations of yours reflect the gender and number of the noun they are standing for; yours is translated by tuyo, tuya, tuyos, tuyas, suyo, suya, suyos, suyas, vuestro, vuestra, vuestros, vuestras, depending on the meaning being translated, and what is being referred to.

  • 1.1 (belonging to one person) (singular, familiar) tuyo, ; (plural, familiar) tuyos, ; (singular, formal) suyo, ; (pl formal) suyos, is this yours? ¿esto es tuyo/suyo? yours is here el tuyo/la tuya/el suyo/la suya está aquí that habit of yours esa costumbre tuya, esa costumbre que tienes a friend of yours un amigo tuyo/suyo 1.2 (belonging to more than one person) (singular, formal) suyo, ; (plural, formal) suyos, ; (singular, familiar) suyo, (Latin America/América Latina) , vuestro, (Spain/España) ; (plural, familiar) suyos, (Latin America/América Latina) , vuestros, (Spain/España) yours are here, children los suyos or los de ustedes están aquí, niños (Latin America/América Latina) , los vuestros están aquí, niños (Spain/España) is he a friend of yours? ¿es amigo de ustedes or suyo or (Spain/España) vuestro? 1.3 [Correspondence/Correspondencia] yours of the 20th August su carta or la suya del 20 de agosto yours, Daniel un abrazo, Daniel yours sincerely le saluda atentamente

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