- of, belonging to, or associated with the speaker or writer (me): my own ideas, do you mind my smoking?
- used in various forms of address: my lord, my dear boy
- an exclamation of surprise, awe, etc: my, how you've grown!
UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/maɪ/USA pronuncation: IPA/maɪ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(mī)
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my /maɪ/ determiner
'my' also found in these entries:
Adonai - Adonis - Almodóvar - Armstrong - Army Air Forces - Army of the Potomac - Army of the United States - Burnet - Campion - Cather - Dion - Du Maurier - Durrell - abashed - about - above - absorb - abundance - acceptive - account - acquaint - act - adjunct - advertise - advice - advise - after - afteryears - agreeable - ahold - alibi - all - allowance - along - alternate - amiss - ancient history - and - anorgasmia - answer - answerable - anticipate - antithesis - anywhere - appointment - appraise - arise - army ant - army brat - army corps
Collocations: that's my [pen, car, daughter], is my own [house, car, decision, business], my favorite [movies, books], more...
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