Translation of yours in Spanish:


tuyo, pron.

Pronunciation /jʊrz//jɔrz//jɔːz//jʊəz/


  • 1

    (belonging to one person)
    (singular, familiar) tuyo
    (singular, familiar) tuya
    (plural, familiar) tuyos
    (plural, familiar) tuyas
    (singular, formal) suyo
    (singular, formal) suya
    (plural, formal) suyos
    (plural, formal) suyas
    is this yours? ¿esto es tuyo/suyo?
    • yours is here el tuyo/la tuya/el suyo/la suya está aquí
    • that habit of yours esa costumbre tuya
    • a friend of yours un amigo tuyo/suyo
    • Aren't you curious to see how a child of yours will turn out?
    • Are they the roles you want to continue playing or is that a deliberate choice of yours to put out that image to get roles for those sort of films?
    • Give her all the stuff out of your apartment that belongs to her and get all of yours out of hers if you can.
    • That oh-so active imagination of yours could land you in some hot water.
    • Because he's talking about a younger brother of yours and a connection with him.
    • Remember this - If you see someone without a smile then give them one of yours!
    • Is that a concern of yours?
    • Time to let that inner child of yours out from the basement.
    • So, take off your shirt, loosen the belt and evaluate that tummy of yours.
    • And I can see they're really triggering that overstimulated brain of yours.
    • For those freakish friends of yours without e-mail, follow up with a printed invite.
    • Well, I will pray for you and that your heart will continue to be happy in this first new chair of yours.
    • You simply didn't have a choice but to sit down with a friend of yours.
    • That hasn't happened in my case, and I know it hasn't happened in the case of yours.
    • What is going to be your new approach and style in this new venture of yours?
    • I remember talking to a former playing colleague of yours at Preston, right-winger Les Campbell.
    • A popular saying mentions that the one who gives you a piece of bread in times of hunger, this one is a real brother or friend of yours.
    • I guess I have to be a sexist to accept that statement of yours.
    • Thus armed with a powerful mandate, I want to talk to you about this novel of yours.
    • They would always start by saying, I have a son who is a big fan of yours, Mr. Jackson.
  • 2

    (belonging to more than one person)
    (singular, formal) suyo
    (singular, formal) suya
    (plural, formal) suyos
    (plural, formal) suyas
    (singular, familiar) suyo Latin America
    (singular, familiar) suya Latin America
    (singular, familiar) vuestro Spain
    (singular, familiar) vuestra Spain
    (plural, familiar) suyos Latin America
    (plural, familiar) suyas Latin America
    (plural, familiar) vuestros Spain
    (plural, familiar) vuestras Spain
    yours are here, children los suyos / los de ustedes están aquí, niños Latin America
    • is he a friend of yours? ¿es amigo de ustedes / suyo?
  • 3

    (in letters)
    yours of the 20th August su carta / la suya del 20 de agosto
    • yours, Daniel un abrazo, Daniel


The three translations of yours reflect the gender and number of the noun they are standing for; yours is translated by tuyo, tuya, tuyos, tuyas, suyo, suya, suyos, suyas, vuestro, vuestra, vuestros, vuestras, depending on the meaning being translated, and what is being referred to.