- LamLv 75 years agoFavorite Answer
據為己有ZHUYIN[ㄐㄩˋㄨㄟˊㄐㄧˇㄧㄡˇ]PINYIN[juweijiyou]Dr.eye 譯典通to take forcible possession of; to have all to oneself; to keep for one's own; to make sth. one's own據為己有to take for one's ownto expropriate
- LingLv 75 years ago
I will take it as mine (my own).
I will treat it as mine
- 5 years ago
the action of taking something for one's own use, typically without the owner's permission.
"the appropriation of parish funds"
a sum of money or total of assets devoted to a special purpose.
"So he's going to remind us that our homeland is more secure, but it needs to be even more secure yet, meaning appropriations of money."
- Joey LukeLv 55 years ago
to take (or have) possession of;
to be in possession of
to occupy; to hold
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- Jekky LamLv 75 years ago
- TOMING88Lv 75 years ago
Take forceful possession of
have all to oneself's possessions
make something one's own-treasured possession
set possession of the (----)
Expropriate(of a government or an authority) to officially take away private property from its owner for public use.
Take somebody's property and use it without permission.
- YIPLv 75 years ago
This house is mine,I own it.==這屋子是我的;我擁有它.
May I have it for my very own?==我可以把它據為己有嗎?Source(s): 根據字典