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American English: /jɔrz/
, /jʊrz/
British English: /jɔːz/
, /jʊəz/

Translation of yours in Spanish:


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, (-ya)
    (plural, familiar)
    tuyos, (-yas)
    (singular, formal)
    suyo, (-ya)
    (plural, formal)
    suyos, (-yas)
    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, (-ya)
    (plural, formal)
    suyos, (-yas)
    (singular, familiar)
    suyo, (-ya) (Latin America)
    vuestro, (-tra) (Spain)
    (plural, familiar)
    suyos, (-yas) (Latin America)
    vuestros, (-tras) (Spain)
    yours are here, children
    los suyos or los de ustedes están aquí, niños (Latin America)
    los vuestros están aquí, niños (Spain)
    is he a friend of yours?
    ¿es amigo de ustedes or suyo or (Spain) vuestro?
    Example sentences
    • Are they the roles you want to continue playing or is that a deliberate choice of yours to put out that image to get roles for those sort of films?
    • Is that a concern of yours?
    • Give her all the stuff out of your apartment that belongs to her and get all of yours out of hers if you can.
    1.3 (in letters) See examples: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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