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pronoun hers pronunciation in British English /hɜː(r)z/
Hers is a possessive pronoun, being a possessive form of she. It can refer to a singular or plural noun, and it can be the subject, object, or complement of a verb or the object of a preposition: Hers is the car on the left.Your eyes are blue and hers are brown.The bag must be hers.
 
  1. used for referring to something that belongs to or is connected with a woman, girl, or female animal that has already been mentioned

    Mrs Lansbury claims the money is all hers.

    His hand reached out and touched hers.

    My Japanese isn't as good as hers.

    of hers:

    She introduced us to some friends of hers.

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