英 [əʊn] 美 [oʊn]
名词 自己的事物; 自己人
及物动词 拥有; 承认
形容词 自己的; 特有的
1. I own that you are right.
2. She owned that she had neglected her duty.
3. She owned to having known about it.
1. The way we've done that is not only through our own development but by developing business partnerships as well.
2. It was only after Mollohan - under his own ethics cloud involving business deals stepped down from the committee that the partisan squabbles ended.
3. PetroChina will develop its own coalbed methane business after quitting the firm, the China Securities Journal this month cited industry sources as saying.
4. When Li renewed the mine's license in 2000, he changed the business into a private firm of his own.
5. The idea of carving out his own business began to take form.
6. In its own court papers, the Garden said Browne Sanders'firing was for legitimate business reasons.
7. The partners are then expected to commit to passing on the model of CSR best practice with an additional three business partners of their own.
8. The joint venture's role has been far beyond its own business scope.
9. The men's collection is inspired by Williamson's own wardrobe, mixing a dapper young gentleman's style with hot colors and attractive ethnic influences.
If you make something your own, you become involved in it in such a way that people think of it as being related only to you or belonging only to you, rather than to anyone else.
e.g. Here again is the song that Pavarotti has made his own.
If you say that someone has a particular thing of their own, you mean that that thing belongs or relates to them, rather than to other people.
e.g. You see, we have a problem of our own...
e.g. He set out in search of ideas for starting a company of his own.
If someone or something has a particular quality or characteristic of their own, that quality or characteristic is especially theirs, rather than being shared by other things or people of that type.
e.g. Groups have a personality of their own...
e.g. The cries of the seagulls gave this part of the harbour a fascinating character all of its own.