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our

 (our)
adj.The possessive form of we
Used as a modifier before a noun: our accomplishments; our hometown.

[Middle English, from Old English ūre; see nes- in Indo-European roots.]

our

(aʊə)
determiner
1. of, belonging to, or associated in some way with us: our best vodka; our parents are good to us.
2. belonging to or associated with all people or people in general: our nearest planet is Venus.
3. a formal word for my used by editors or other writers, and monarchs
4. informal (often sarcastic) used instead of your: are our feet hurting?.
5. dialect belonging to the family of the speaker: it's our Sandra's birthday tomorrow.
[Old English ūre (genitive plural), from us; related to Old French, Old Saxon ūser, Old High German unsēr, Gothic unsara]

our

(aʊər, ˈaʊ ər; unstressed ɑr)

pron.
a form of the possessive case of we used as an attributive adjective: Our team won. Compare ours.
[before 900; Middle English oure, Old English ūre]
usage: See me.

-our

Brit. var. of -or1.
usage: See -or1.
Translations
…نَالنا، خاصَّتُنانا
náš
vores
nia
nuestronuestro/anuestros/as
meidän
naš
okkar
私たちの
우리우리의
noster
mūsųpatys
mūsu
nostru
náš
naš
vår
ของเรา
bizim-imiz
của chúng tôi

our

[aʊəʳ] POSS ADJ (with singular noun) → nuestro/a; (with plural noun) → nuestros/as
our housenuestra casa
our neighbours are very nicenuestros vecinos son muy simpáticos
we took off our coatsnos quitamos los abrigos
they stole our carnos robaron el coche

our

[ˈaʊər] adj (followed by singular noun)notre; (followed by plural noun)nos
Our house is quite big → Notre maison est plutôt grande.
Our neighbours are very nice → Nos voisins sont très gentils.Our Lady n (= the Virgin Mary) → la Sainte Vierge fOur Lord n (= Jesus Christ) → notre Seigneur m

our

poss adjunser; these are our own makedie stellen wir selbst her; Our Father (in prayer) → Vater unser; the Our Fatherdas Vaterunser or Unservater (Sw) ? also my POSS ADJ

our

[ˈaʊəʳ] poss adjil nostro/la nostra, i nostri/le nostre pl
this is our house → questa è la nostra casa
at our house → a casa nostra
our brother → nostro fratello

our

(auə) adjective
belonging to us. This is our house.
ours (auəz) pronoun
the one(s) belonging to us. The house is ours.
ourˈselves pronoun
1. used as the object of a verb when the person speaking and other people are the object of an action etc they perform. We saw ourselves in the mirror.
2. used to emphasize we, ~us or the names of the speaker and other people performing an action etc. We ourselves played no part in this.
3. without help etc. We'll just have to finish the job ourselves.

our

…نَا náš vores unser δικός μας nuestro meidän notre naš nostro 私たちの 우리의 ons vår nasz nosso наш vår ของเรา bizim của chúng tôi 我们的