their

Pronunciation:  US [ðer] UK [ðeə(r)]
  • adv.Their their their; referring person of unknown sex
  • det.Refer or point to the already mentioned before is very obviously a group of people or things
  • WebA strange flower; possessive pronouns
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<<>  used instead of " his or her" especially when you are referring back to a word such as " everyone" " someone" or " anyone" Many people consider this use incorrect 

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