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their
American English: /ðɛr/
British English: /ðɛː/

Translation of their in Spanish:

adjective

The translation su agrees in number with the noun which it modifies; their is translated by su, sus, depending on what follows: their father/mother su padre/madre; their books/magazines sus libros/revistas. For their used with parts of the body,
  • 1.1 (singular)
    (plural)
    sus
    they washed their hands
    se lavaron las manos
    1.2 (belonging to indefinite person) (singular)
    (plural)
    sus
    if anyone phones, ask them to leave their number
    si llama alguien, dile que te dé su número de teléfono

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