yours

listen to the pronunciation of yours
Englisch - Türkisch
sizinki

Kaoru, şimdiye kadar en iyi tepki sizinki - büyük ödülü kazanırsınız. - Kaoru, yours is the best reaction so far - you win the grand prize.

O bakımdan benim görüşüm sizinkinden farklıdır. - In that respect, my opinion differs from yours.

saygılarımla
seninki

Seninki çok garip bir hikaye. - Yours is a very strange story.

Seninki de fena değil. - Yours is not bad, either.

yours truly hürmetle
ben

Benim köpeğim neredeyse boyunuzun yarısı kadar. - My dog is almost half the size of yours.

O bakımdan benim görüşüm sizinkinden farklıdır. - In that respect, my opinion differs from yours.

senin

Defter senin değil, onundur. - The notebook is not yours. It's his.

Benim görüşüm seninkine benzer. - My opinion is similar to yours.

sizin

Kaoru, şimdiye kadar en iyi tepki sizinki - büyük ödülü kazanırsınız. - Kaoru, yours is the best reaction so far - you win the grand prize.

Sizinki gibi öyle iyi bir kamera alamam. - I can't afford such a good camera as yours.

sizinkiler

Bizim çocuklar okulda; sizinkiler nerede? - Our children are at school; where are yours?

Bir kaleme ihtiyacım var. Sizinkilerden birini kullanabilir miyim? - I need a pencil. Can I use one of yours?

seninkiler

Benim zevklerim seninkilerden oldukça farklı. - My tastes differ greatly from yours.

Benim ayakkabılarım seninkilerden daha büyük. - My shoes are bigger than yours.

sizlerinki
yours truly
hürmetlerimle
yours sincerely
iyi çalışmalar
Yours truly,
Saygılarımla, (mektubun sonunda)
yours too
senin de

senin de hayırlı olsun.

yours truly
saygılarımla
yours affectionately
sevgilerle
yours affectionately
sevgilerimle
yours faithfully
saygılarımla
yours sincerely
saygılarımla
yours truly
hürmetlerle
yours truly,
mektubun sonunda
You scratch my back I scratch yours
(deyim) "Sen bana yardım et, ben de sana.", "Al gülüm, ver gülüm." manasında deyiş
You scratch my back and I´ll scratch yours
k. dili Al gülüm, ver gülüm./Sen bana yardım et, ben de sana ederim
your
sizin

Ben dün sizin babanıza rastladım. - I bumped into your dad yesterday.

Ben dün sizin babanıza rastladım. - I ran into your father yesterday.

Sincerely yours,
Saygılarımla
up yours
siktir git
i am yours
seninim
yours respectfully
saygılarımla
yours sincerely
saygılarımla arz ederim
your
senin

Geçen sene Bayan Kato senin öğretmenin miydi? - Was Ms. Kato your teacher last year?

Yakın bir gelecekteki senin ziyaretini gerçekten dört gözle bekliyorum. - I really look forward to your visit in the near future.

affectionately yours
Sevgilerimle
beg yours
Senin yalvarmak
faithfully yours
sadakatle seninki
forever yours
sonsuza kadar seninim
is yours
senin olsun
very truly yours
saygılarımla
Very truly yours,
Saygılarımla,/Hürmetlerimle, (İş mektubunun sonunda imzadan hemen önce yazılır.)
all yours
(deyim) (it's/they're) all yours etc
all yours
(deyim) biseyle isi bittigi icin baska biri onlari alabilir " Do you need these dictionaries any more?" "No,no! they're all yours" 2.istenmeyen bir seyi baska biri alabilir
what is yours
(deyim) ne icmek istersin?
Englisch - Englisch
Written at the end of a letter, before the signature

Yours sincerely, Yours faithfully, Yours, Sincerely yours.

That which belongs to you; the possessive second person pronoun used without a following noun

It’s all yours.

A speaker or writer uses yours to refer to something that belongs or relates to the person or people that they are talking or writing to. I'll take my coat upstairs. Shall I take yours, Roberta? I believe Paul was a friend of yours If yours is a high-stress job, it is important that you learn how to cope
Yours is the second person possessive pronoun. Yours can refer to one or more people
See the Note under Your
pron. belonging to you
People write yours, yours sincerely, or yours faithfully at the end of a letter before they sign their name. With best regards, Yours, George Yours faithfully, Michael Moore, London Business School yours truly: see truly
pronoun thine 1
yours faithfully
a polite formula to end a letter, especially when the recipient's name is unknown to the sender, for example in a business letter
yours sincerely
a polite formula to end a letter, especially when the recipient’s name is known to the sender
yours truly
Used to close a note or letter

Please write back soon! Yours truly, Alice.

yours truly
I, me, or myself

This one was created by yours truly.

yours faithfully
loyally at your service
yours sincerely
with blessings, friendly yours (at the end of a letter)
yours truly
pron. (Informal) me, myself (referring to oneself)
yours truly
yours with blessings (at the end of a letter)
you scratch my back and I'll scratch yours
If you do me a favor then I will do you a favor; quid pro quo
you and yours
you together with your family, you and your close friends
you scratch my back and I'll scratch yours
one hand washes the other, doing a favor for someone so as to receive a favor back from him
truly yours
yours truly
up yours
an exclamation of contempt; often accompanied by an obscene gesture
what's yours
What do you want to drink?
your
Belonging to you; of you; related to you (singular; one owner)

Is this your cat?.

your
An determiner that conveys familiarity and mutual knowledge of the modified noun

Not Your Average Travel Guide.

your
Belonging to you; of you; related to you (plural; more owners)
yours.
yrs
yours.
your's
yours.
urs
yours.
yourn
your
{p} belonging to or relating to you
up yours
Up yours! OFFENSIVE Used to show that you very much dislike someone or the things that someone has just said or done
Sincerely yours
Yours truly, Your friend, Best Wishes (concluding message in a letter)
affectionately yours
lovingly, yours truly, with love (used at the end of a letter)
beg yours
(term used in Australia and New-Zealand) I beg your pardon
ever yours
I belong to you forever (phrase used at the conclusion of a letter)
friend of yours
your mate, your buddy, someone you know very well, someone you are very close to
respectfully yours
with best regards, sincerely (expression for ending an official letter)
scratch my back and I'll scratch yours
state of mutual dependence, one hand washes the other
sincerely yours
written formula for ending a letter
up yours
fuck off, kiss my ass
your
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your
In spoken English, a speaker sometimes uses your before an adjective such as `typical' or `normal' to indicate that the thing referred to is a typical example of its type. Stan Reilly is not really one of your typical Brighton Boys
your
belonging to you, as in: I welcome your comments on this page
your
(possessive pronom adj ) of, belonging to, or done by you (e g your fanfiction, your mobile suit, your cat, your armor) It also can be used in formal titles (e g ""Your Excellency " the diplomat said as he bowed before Emperor Talpa ")
your
pron. belonging to you, belonging to the person or persons being addressed (possessive - 2nd person, singular and plural)
your
A speaker or writer uses your to indicate that something belongs or relates to the person or people that they are talking or writing to. Emma, I trust your opinion a great deal I left all of your messages on your desk If you are unable to obtain the information you require, consult your telephone directory
your
In spoken English and informal written English, your is sometimes used to indicate that something belongs to or relates to people in general. Pain-killers are very useful in small amounts to bring your temperature down I then realized how possible it was to overcome your limitations
your
Your is the second person possessive determiner. Your can refer to one or more people
your
personality is modular It's dynamically controlled by one or more neural domains (brain regions) at any moment These domains are like an interconnected web of mini-computers, and have no widely-accepted name yet Historically, they've been called
your
{s} belonging to a person who is being spoken to (i.e: "what is your address?"; "your house"); a person's; of something belonging or relating to a person who is not specified; (Informal) indicating in a characteristic manner, referring to a person or something as a typical example of a common type (i.e.: "your basic typical house around this area")
your
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your
The form of the possessive case of the personal pronoun you
yours
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