their

their
attributive possessive pronoun
1) ihr; see also academic.ru/34499/her">her II; our
2) (coll.): (his or her)

who has forgotten their ticket? — wer hat seine Karte vergessen?

* * *
[ðeə]
adjective
1) (belonging to them: This is their car; Take a note of their names and addresses.) ihr,ihre
2) (used instead of his, his or her etc where a person of unknown sex or people of both sexes are referred to: Everyone should buy his own ticket.) sein, ihr
- theirs
* * *
their
[ðeəʳ, ðər, AM ðer, ðɚ]
adj poss
1. (of them) ihr(e)
the children brushed \their teeth die Kinder putzten sich die Zähne
she took \their picture sie fotografierte sie
2. (his or her)
has everybody got \their passport? hat jeder seinen Paß dabei?
* * *
[ðɛə(r)]
poss adj
1) ihr
2) (inf: belonging to him or her) seine(r, s)

everyone knows their rights nowadays — jeder kennt heutzutage seine Rechte

See:
→ also my
* * *
their [ðeə(r); US auch ðər] pron (pl zu him, her, it)
1. ihr, ihre:
their books ihre Bücher
2. (nach everybody etc statt his or her) sein, seine:
everybody took their seat
* * *
attributive possessive pronoun
1) ihr; see also her II; our
2) (coll.): (his or her)

who has forgotten their ticket? — wer hat seine Karte vergessen?

* * *
adj.
ihr adj.

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