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yʊər; unstressed yəryou're

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  1. You're

    In Modern English, you is the second-person pronoun. It is grammatically plural, and was historically used only for the dative case, but in most modern dialects is used for all cases and numbers.

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  1. you're

    you are [contraction]; often confused with 'your', 'yours'

    You're on the internet right now. [You are on the internet right now.]

    Submitted by SPCSHPRTH on December 4, 2019  

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of you're in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of you're in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of you're in a Sentence

  1. Kim Potter:

    I’m going to go to prison, no you’re not.

  2. Europe David Moss:

    You're not going to see all of this tomorrow in a vehicle, but what you will see is elements of it progressively come in ... over the years.

  3. Lenny Bruce:

    The thing with Catholicism, the same as all religions, is that it teaches what should be, which seems rather incorrect. This is what should be. Now, if you're taught to live up to a what should be that never existed -- only an occult superstition, no proof of this should be -- then you can sit on a jury and indict easily, you can cast the first stone, you can burn Adolf Eichmann, like that!

  4. Caroline Scherbring:

    When you feel like you're struggling, it's OK to ask for help, and whether that struggle means that you do have PPD or whether it just means you need some additional support, I think just knowing that you're struggling is the best place to start.

  5. Tom Steyer:

    I don't think it's right for the government to tell them that we're going to scrap a 75-year-old system. If you like it, keep doing it, if the public option is cheaper and better for you, then you can go to your employer and say pay me the money you're spending on my health care, I'll buy the public option.

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    someone who sees an event and reports what happened
    • A. accident
    • B. purse
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