- 1of or belonging to the person or people being spoken or written to I like your dress. Excuse me, is this your seat? The bank is on your right.
- 2of or belonging to people in general Dentists advise you to have your teeth checked every six months. In Japan you are taught great respect for your elders.
- 3 (informal) used to show that someone or something is well known or often talked about This is your typical dive bar. (ironic) (disapproving) You and your bright ideas!
- 4Your used in some titles, especially those of royal people Your Majesty Your Excellency
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NAmE//yər//, NAmE//yɔr//, NAmE//yʊr//(the possessive form of you)