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  1. own

    • IPA[əʊn]

    英式

    • adj.
      used with a possessive to emphasize that someone or something belongs or relates to the person or thing mentioned;done or produced by and for the person mentioned
    • pron.
      something that belongs to the person or thing mentioned;something produced by the person mentioned
    • v.
      have (something) as one's own; possess;admit or acknowledge that something is the case or that one feels a certain way
    • verb: own, 3rd person present: owns, gerund or present participle: owning, past tense: owned, past participle: owned

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    • 相關詞
    • 片語

    形容詞

    • 1. used with a possessive to emphasize that someone or something belongs or relates to the person or thing mentioned they can't handle their own children the kitten is currently chasing her own tail
    • done or produced by and for the person mentioned I used to design all my own clothes
    • particular to the person or thing mentioned; individual the style had its own charm

    代名詞

    • 1. something that belongs to the person or thing mentioned your life is your own his face was inches from her own
    • something produced by the person mentioned they claimed the work as their own
    • something that is particular to the person or thing mentioned Stephens' language is very much his own

    動詞

    • n.
      (in soccer) a goal scored when a player inadvertently strikes or deflects the ball into their ...

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      an act by which one unintentionally embarrasses oneself or harms one's own interests: this was a remarkable self-own by a news organization whose credibility was already under assault
    • v.
      unintentionally embarrass oneself or harm one's own interests: they don’t have enough awareness to realize they were self-owning he has an uncanny knack for self-owning himself on social media

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      an act by which one unintentionally embarrasses oneself or harms one's own interests: this was a remarkable self-own by a news organization whose credibility was already under assault
    • v.
      unintentionally embarrass oneself or harm one's own interests: they don’t have enough awareness to realize they were self-owning he has an uncanny knack for self-owning himself on social media

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • v.
      own (something) jointly: the clubs co-own the ground

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      admit or confess to having done something wrong or embarrassing

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      (in soccer) a goal scored inadvertently when the ball is struck into the goal by a player on ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a product manufactured specially for a retailer and bearing the retailer's name: my dogs eat the supermarket's own brand own-brand products

    Oxford Dictionary

    • v.
      own (something) jointly: the clubs co-own the ground

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    美式

    • adj.
      used with a possessive to emphasize that someone or something belongs or relates to the person ... they can't handle their own children the kitten is currently chasing her own tail
    • pron.
      something that belongs to the person or thing mentioned: your life is your own his face was inches from her own
    • v.
      have (something) as one's own; possess: his father owns a restaurant state-owned property

    Oxford American Dictionary