her

英 [hɜː] 美 [hɚ]
  • pron. 她(she的宾格);她的(she的所有格);她(指某个国家;一艘船)
  • n. (法)埃尔(人名)
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来自Proto-Germanic*hezoi,来自*hiz的阴性格,即his.

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her: [OE] Her is the modern English descendant of Old English hire, a derivative of the same Germanic base, *khi-, as produced he. It was the genitive and dative case of the feminine personal pronoun: the former, which we would now express as of her, has become the possessive adjective, as in ‘her job’, and the latter is now the object form, as in ‘follow her’. The possessive pronoun hers dates from the 14th century.
=> he
her (objective case)
Old English hire, third person singular feminine dative pronoun, which beginning in 10c. replaced accusative hie (see he). Cognate with Old Frisian hiri, Middle Dutch hore, Dutch haar, Old High German iru, German ihr.
her (possessive case)
Old English hire, third person singular feminine genitive form of heo "she" (see she).
1. Somehow Karin managed to cope with the demands of her career.
卡琳设法达到了其职业的要求。

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2. In her spare time she read books on cooking.
业余时间里她看一些烹饪方面的书籍。

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3. I recall many discussions with her on these and kindred topics.
我回想起多次同她就这些问题及类似话题进行的讨论。

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4. Mrs Allen's style of cooking owes much to her mother-in-law.
艾伦太太的烹饪风格很大程度上承传于她的婆婆。

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5. She probably sensed that I wasn'ttelling her the whole story.
她可能意识到了我并没有对她全盘托出。

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