CET4 TEM4 考 研 CET6
- theirs (pron.)
- possessive pronoun, "their own," early 14c., from their + possessive -s, on analogy of his, etc. In form, a double possessive.
- 1. This child is nobody's child until someone makes her theirs officially.
- 2. Theirs had been a happy and satisfactory marriage.
- 3. Theirs had been an increasingly attenuated relationship.
- 4. Theirs are the children with very fair hair.
- 5. Such wishful thinking of theirs will never be realized.
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