second-person singular

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second-person singular (plural second-person singulars)

  1. (grammar) The form of a verb used with the pronouns thou and you (singular), or their equivalents in other languages.
    The second-person singular of "to be" is "art" or "are".
  2. (grammar) The pronouns thou and you (singular), or their equivalents in other languages.
  3. (grammar) The possessive adjectives thy and your (singular), or their equivalents in other languages.

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