There are 2 main translations of mío in English:

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mío 1

also: feminine: mía


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There are 2 main translations of mío in English:

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mío 2
also: feminine: mía


  • el mío/la mía etc este no es mi libro, quiero el mío
    this isn't my book, I want my own o mine
    sus hijos son amigos de los míos
    their children and mine are friends
    sabes que todo lo mío es tuyo
    you know that what's mine is yours
    los idiomas no son lo mío
    I'm no linguist
    languages are not my thing
    lo mío con ella se acabó prefiero pasar la Navidad con los míos
    I prefer to spend Christmas with my family and friends
    esta es la mía, pensé [familiar]
    this is my chance, I thought to myself

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