these

See also: These and thèse

English

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Etymology

Middle English thes, from Old English þas, from Proto-Germanic.

Pronunciation

Determiner

these

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      He read the letter aloud. Sophia listened with the studied air of one for whom, even in these days, a title possessed some surreptitious allurement.
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      These pretzels are making me thirsty.

Note: depending on the context, the word those may be used either in place of or interchangeably with these.

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Pronoun

these

Translations

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Latin

Noun

these


Old Dutch

Determiner

these m

  1. this, these

Declension



Old Saxon

Determiner

these m

  1. this, these
    an thesum uueroldrīkea uuirkean scoldin: They should work on this world.

Declension


Descendants


Portuguese

Noun

these f (plural theses)

  1. Obsolete spelling of tese (used in Portugal until September 1911 and died out in Brazil during the 1920s).