belong to oneself, itself, ourselves, etc.
done or produced by and for oneself
"for your own use"
"do your own thing"
"she makes her own clothes"
"`ain' is Scottish"
"He owns three houses in Florida"
"How many cars does she have?"
Each should..have an own name.
出自： W. D. Whitney
The cottage..had been built..by the occupier's own hands.
出自： T. Hardy
Each social class has its own sort of suffering.
出自： E. Templeton
She wants her own Christmas tree ornaments..not her mother's.
出自： J. D. Salinger
We picked her up..in a borrowed car, as we didn't own one.
出自： N. Sedaka
He owned no property and lived by his labour.
出自： A. Sillitoe
Has he owned to the theft?
他有没有承认这桩盗窃案是他干的? own to v-ing
I must own to feeling anxious.
He owned to being uncertain about that.
He owned to being wrong.
The boy owned to having told a lie.
The boy owned to having broken the glass.
She owned to having had doubts at first.
Come on, own up.
快,坦白交代吧。 own up to sth
He owned up to the crime.
You'd better own up to your faults.
So far no one has owned up to the theft of the clock.
到目前为止还没有人承认钟是他偷的。 own up to v-ing
If no one will own up to misbehaving, all pupils will be kept in after school.
He owned up to being the writer of the anonymous letter.
Tony finally owned up to having taken his brother's ball.
The man owned up to having taken my watch.
那人承认偷了我的表。 own up that-clause
You'd better own up that you were responsible for the traffic accident.
误 He owned to be defeated.
正 He owned to being defeated.
正 He owns to having been defeated.
析 own很少接to- v ,但own可接to v -ing ,含义是“承认已…”。
误 He owns to this house and the land surrounding it.
正 He owns this house and the land surrounding it.