meaning and examples of the Phrase

All on own

pronunciation:
British (male):
American (female):
(all) on (your) own

1. alone.

She's been living on her own for the past ten years.

2. if you do something on your own, you do it without any help from other people.

Since her husband died two years ago, she's had to look after her children on her own.
Dave didn't have time to help so I decorated the house on my own.
on (your) own

1. without help from anyone else.

He came from a wealthy family, but he wanted to succeed on his own.

2. alone.

When I first started living on my own, I spent a lot of time fixing up the house.
on (your) own

1. without help from anyone else.

He came from a wealthy family, but he wanted to succeed on his own.

2. alone.

When I first started living on my own, I spent a lot of time fixing up the house.

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