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Definitions by Oxford


[ðɪs], (Pronoun)

Definitions:
- used to identify a specific person or thing close at hand or being indicated or experienced
(e.g: is this your bag?)

- referring to a specific thing just mentioned
(e.g: the company was transformed and Ward had played a vital role in bringing this about)


Phrases:
- this and that

Origin:
Old English, neuter of thes, of West Germanic origin; related to that and the


[ðɪs], (Determiner)

Definitions:
- used to identify a specific person or thing close at hand or being indicated or experienced
(e.g: don't listen to this guy)

- referring to a specific thing just mentioned
(e.g: there was a court case resulting from this incident)

- used with periods of time related to the present
(e.g: I thought you were busy all this week)

- used in speech to draw attention to someone or something
(e.g: I turned round and there was this big mummy standing next to us!)


Phrases:
- this and that

Origin:


[ðɪs], (Adverb)

Definitions:
- to the degree or extent indicated
(e.g: they can't handle a job this big)


Phrases:
- this and that

Origin:







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