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determiner our pronunciation in British English /aʊə(r)/
Our is a possessive determiner (followed by a noun), being a possessive form of we.
 
  1. 1
    belonging to or connected with you and the group that you are a part of, when you are the person speaking or writing

    Today is a day we’ll remember for the rest of our lives.

    Most of our friends live in the suburbs.

    When is our next meeting?

    our own:

    We want to make our own decisions.

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    spoken sometimes used by people when referring to a member of their family by name

    We’re very proud of our Jack.

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