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hers

 (hûrz)
pron. (used with a sing. or pl. verb)
Used to indicate the one or ones belonging to her: If you can't find your hat, take hers.

[Middle English hires, hirs : hire, her; see her + -es, possessive suff.; see -'s.]

hers

(hɜːz)
pron
1. something or someone belonging to or associated with her: hers is the nicest dress; that cat is hers.
2. of hers belonging to or associated with her
[C14 hires; see her]

hers

(hɜrz)

pron.
1. a form of the possessive case of she used as a predicate adjective: The red umbrella is hers. Are you a friend of hers?
2. that or those belonging to her: Hers is the biggest garden on our street.
[1300–50; Middle English hirs=hire her + -s ' s1]
Translations
خَاصَّتُهَالها، خاصتها
její
hendes
(el) suyo(la) suya(las) suyas (de ella)(los) suyosde ella
hänen
njezin
hennar
彼女のもの
그 여자 것
hennes
ของหล่อน
thứ của cô ấy

hers

[hɜːz] POSS PRON (referring to singular possession) → (el/la) suyo/a; (referring to plural possession) → (los/las) suyos/as
this car is herseste coche es suyo or de ella
is that car hers?¿es suyo or de ella ese coche?
"whose is this?" - "it's hers"-¿de quién es esto? -es de ella
a friend of hersun amigo suyo
my car is much bigger than hersmi coche es mucho más grande que el suyo or el de ella
"is this HER coat?" - "no, hers is black"-¿es éste su abrigo? -no, el suyo or el de ella es negro
"is this HER scarf?" - "no, hers is red"-¿es ésta su bufanda? -no la suya or la de ella es roja
my parents and hersmis padres y los suyos or los de ella

hers

[ˈhɜːrz] pronle sien(la sienne), les siens (les siennes)pl
Is this her coat? - No, hers is black → C'est son manteau? - Non, le sien est noir.
Is this her car? - No, hers is white → C'est sa voiture? - Non, la sienne est blanche.
my parents and hers → mes parents et les siens
my reasons and hers → mes raisons et les siennes
Is this hers? → C'est à elle?
This book is hers → Ce livre est à elle.
Whose is this? - It's hers → C'est à qui? - À elle.
These are hers → Ce sont les siens., Ce sont les siennes.
She's a friend of hers → C'est une de ses amies.

hers

poss pronihre(r, s); hers (on towels etc) → sie ? also mine1

hers

[hɜːz] poss pronil/la suo/a pli/le suoi/sue
a friend of hers → un suo amico
hers is red, mine is green → il suo è rosso, il mio è verde
this is hers → questo è (il) suo

her

(həː) pronoun
(used as the object of a verb or preposition) a female person or animal already spoken about. I'll ask my mother when I see her; He came with her.
adjective
belonging to such a person or animal. My mother bought the neighbour's car, so it's her car now; a cat and her kittens.
hers (həːz) pronoun
something which belongs to a female person or animal already spoken about. It's not your book – it's hers; Hers is on that shelf.
herˈself pronoun
1. used as the object of a verb or preposition when a female person or animal is the object of an action she performs. The cat licked herself; She looked at herself in the mirror.
2. used to emphasize she, ~her, or the name of a female person or animal. She herself played no part in this; Mary answered the letter herself.
3. without help etc. She did it all by herself.

hers

خَاصَّتُهَا její hendes ihr δικός της suyo hänen le sien njezin il suo 彼女のもの 그 여자 것 van haar hennes jej dela ее hennes ของหล่อน onunki thứ của cô ấy 她的
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Yes, yes, spandy nice, and Meg has cologne on hers," cried Jo, adding with a laugh as they went on, "I do believe Marmee would ask that if we were all running away from an earthquake.
When Aunt Elizabeth Swift, who had come to watch over the body, came out of an adjoining room he put his hand into hers and began to sob, shaking his head from side to side, half blind with grief.
I don't know whose wish should decide the matter, if not hers.
Never were hands more exquisite than hers, and it was a joy to look at them when she threaded her needle or adjusted her gold thimble to her taper middle finger as she sewed away on the little night-drawers or fashioned a bodice or a bib.
That son of hers has broken her heart, tramped on her, cheated her; hasn't left her a cent; and she comes to me for a pass, so she can kiss him through the bars
The young girls retired early to their white snow-drifts: Jessie not without some hilarious struggles with hers, in which she was, however, quickly surprised by the deep and refreshing sleep of youth; Christie to lie awake and listen to the night wind, that had changed from the first cool whispers of sunset to the sturdy breath of the mountain.
With her near-sightedness, and those tremulous fingers of hers, at once inflexible and delicate, she could not be a seamstress; although her sampler, of fifty years gone by, exhibited some of the most recondite specimens of ornamental needlework.
It is of moment to her soul, and, therefore, as the worshipful Governor says, momentous to thine own, ill whose charge hers is.
That, for myself, was a sound simplification: I could engage that, to the world, my face should tell no tales, but it would have been, in the conditions, an immense added strain to find myself anxious about hers.
I was very much troubled, and I put my nose up to hers, but I could say nothing to comfort her.
Grandmother Majauszkiene was a socialist, or some such strange thing; another son of hers was working in the mines of Siberia, and the old lady herself had made speeches in her time--which made her seem all the more terrible to her present auditors.
Her husband, who made no professions to any particular religious character, nevertheless reverenced and respected the consistency of hers, and stood, perhaps, a little in awe of her opinion.