The Word is:”own”

own

/əʊn/

adjective & pronoun

adjective: own; pronoun: own

1. used with a possessive to emphasize that someone or something belongs or relates to the person mentioned.
“they can’t handle their own children”

  • done or produced by and for the person mentioned.
    “I used to design all my own clothes”
  • particular to the person or thing mentioned; individual.
    “the style had its own charm”
    synonyms: personal, individual, particular, private, personalized, idiosyncratic, characteristic, unique; rareespecial
    “he has his own reasons”
  • antonyms: shared, common

    verb

    verb: own; 3rd person present: owns; past tense: owned; past participle: owned; gerund or present participle: owning; adjective: -owned

    1. have (something) as one’s own; possess.
    “his father owns a restaurant”

    synonyms: be the owner of, possess, be the (proud) possessor of, have in one’s possession,
    have to one’s name, count among one’s possessions, have, keep, retain, maintain, hold, be blessed with, enjoy, boast
    “I own this house”

    2. formal

    admit or acknowledge that something is the case or that one feels a certain way.
    “she owned to a feeling of profound jealousy”
    synonyms: admit, allow, concede, grant, accept, accede, acknowledge, recognize, agree,
    confess
    “she had to own that she felt a little that way herself”

  • take or acknowledge full responsibility for (something).
    “I emphasize the importance of owning our anger and finding ways to control it”
  • archaic
    acknowledge paternity, authorship, or possession of.
    “he has published little, trivial things which he will not own”
  • 3. USinformal
    utterly defeat (an opponent or rival); completely get the better of.
    “yeah right, she totally owned you, man”