to own sth.

to own sth.
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English-Bulgarian small dictionary. 2014.

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  • own — own1 W1S1 [əun US oun] adj, pron [always after a possessive] 1.) used to emphasize that something belongs to or is connected with a particular person or thing and not any other ▪ Bring your own equipment. ▪ Every dance has its own rhythm. ▪ The… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • own up (to something doing something) — ˌown ˈup (to sth/to doing sth) derived to admit that you are responsible for sth bad or wrong Syn: ↑confess • I m still waiting for someone to own up to the breakages. • Why don t you just own up and hope she forgives you? Main  …   Useful english dictionary

  • own up (to to doing something) — ˌown ˈup (to sth/to doing sth) derived to admit that you are responsible for sth bad or wrong Syn: ↑confess • I m still waiting for someone to own up to the breakages. • Why don t you just own up and hope she forgives you? Main  …   Useful english dictionary

  • own — 1 determiner, pronoun 1 belonging to you and no one else: your own house/car etc: He was so drunk he even forgot his own name. | He tells people how to bring up their children but is so lenient with his own. | a house/car etc of your own: He left …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • take the law into your own hands — phrase to punish someone in your own way without involving the police or the courts, often by doing something illegal yourself If something isn’t done soon, farmers might take the law into their own hands. Thesaurus: to punish someonesynonym… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bring sth about phrasal — verb (T) to make something happen: Computers have brought about many changes in the workplace. bring sb/sth around/round phrasal verb (T) 1 bring the conversation around/round to to deliberately and gradually introduce a new subject into a… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • hold your own (against somebody) (in something) — hold your ˈown (against sb/sth) (in sth) idiom to remain in a strong position when sb is attacking you, competing with you, etc • Business isn t good but we re managing to hold our own. • She can hold her own against anybody in an argument. • The …   Useful english dictionary

  • hold your own (against something) (in something) — hold your ˈown (against sb/sth) (in sth) idiom to remain in a strong position when sb is attacking you, competing with you, etc • Business isn t good but we re managing to hold our own. • She can hold her own against anybody in an argument. • The …   Useful english dictionary

  • do something at your own risk — do sth at your ˌown ˈrisk idiom to do sth even though you have been warned about the possible dangers and will have to take responsibility for anything bad that happens • Persons swimming beyond this point do so at their own risk (= on a notice) …   Useful english dictionary

  • off your own bat — british informal phrase doing something because you have decided to do it, not because someone else has suggested it I came here off my own bat, because I wanted to. Thesaurus: without help and acting alonesynonym Main entry: bat * * * off your …   Useful english dictionary

  • of your own making — phrase caused by your own actions This mess is of the government’s own making. Thesaurus: responsible for something or someonesynonym Main entry: making * * * of your own making : caused by your own actions The problem …   Useful english dictionary

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