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mío

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Pronoun

mío (first person singular possessive of singular masculine, of plural masculine míos, of feminine mía, of feminine plural mías)

  1. (Template loop detected: Template:context 1) mine; my

Usage notes

When used before a noun as part of the noun phrase, the apocopate forms mi and mis are used instead of a full form of mío.

Son mis libros. — “[They] are my books.”
Son los libros míos. — “[They] are my books.” (“the books of mine”)

This pronoun is often used substantively, with the noun implied but omitted:

¿Es tu libro? Sí, es el mío. — “Is [it] your book? Yes, [it] is my [book].”

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