their

Their vs Their - What's the difference?

their | their |


In n-g|belonging to, from, of, or relating to, [[them]] (plural). terms the difference between their and their

is that their is while their is .

In n-g|belonging to someone (one person, singular). terms the difference between their and their

is that their is while their is .

As determiners the difference between their and their

is that their is while their is .

Their vs This - What's the difference?

their | this |


As determiners the difference between their and this

is that their is while this is .

Burglar vs Their - What's the difference?

burglar | their |


As a noun burglar

is a thief who steals from premises.

As a determiner their is

.

Thief vs Their - What's the difference?

thief | their |


As a noun thief

is one who has carried out a theft.

As a determiner their is

.

Whose vs Their - What's the difference?

whose | their |


As a pronoun whose

is of whom, belonging to whom; (used as an interrogative pronoun).

As a determiner their is

.

Her vs Their - What's the difference?

her | their |


As a verb her

is (lb).

As a noun her

is .

As a determiner their is

.

Their vs Theirsa - What's the difference?

their | theirsa |

Their vs Random - What's the difference?

their | random |


As a determiner their

is .

As a noun random is

a roving motion; course without definite direction; lack of rule or method; chance.

As an adjective random is

having unpredictable outcomes and, in the ideal case, all outcomes equally probable; resulting from such selection; lacking statistical correlation.

Their vs Hisorher - What's the difference?

their | hisorher |

Burgle vs Their - What's the difference?

burgle | their |


As a verb burgle

is (chiefly|british|nz) to commit burglary.

As a determiner their is

.

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