♦ yours

♦ yours
♦ yours /jɔ:z/
pron. poss.
1 (il) vostro, (la) vostra, (i) vostri, (le) vostre; (il) tuo, (la) tua, (i) tuoi, (le) tue: This tape recorder is yours, not mine, questo registratore è tuo, non mio; Are these yours or mine?, questi sono i tuoi (i vostri) o i miei?; my children and yours, i miei bambini e i vostri; that pride of yours, quel tuo benedetto (o maledetto) orgoglio
2 (il) Suo, (la) Sua, (i) Suoi, (il, la, i, le) Loro (forme di cortesia di 3a persona): Isn't that boy a student of yours, Mr Black?, non è un suo studente, quel ragazzo, professor Black?
● (nella chiusa di una lettera) Yours, cordiali saluti, cordialmente tuo (fam.) □ Yours faithfully, distinti saluti (form.) □ Yours sincerely (o Sincerely yours), cordiali saluti (fam.) □ (comm., spec. USA) Yours truly, distinti saluti (form.) □ (fam.) yours truly, il sottoscritto; io stesso; me stesso □ Are they friends of yours?, sono amici tuoi? □ (fam.) What's yours? che cosa prendi?; che cosa bevi? □ (in tono risentito) I am no child of yours, non sono mica figlio tuo! □ Our best wishes to you and yours, i nostri migliori auguri a te e ai tuoi cari (o a Lei e ai Suoi cari) □ That's no business of yours!, non è affar tuo!; non è cosa che ti riguarda! □ (volg.) Up yours!, vaffanculo! (volg.); va in malora! (pop.) NOTA D'USO: -'s: apostrofo e caso possessivo-.

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