Meaning of YOUR in English
your S1 W1 /jə; strong jɔː $ jər strong jɔːr/ BrE AmE determiner [possessive form of ‘you’]
[ Language: Old English ; Origin: eower ]
1 . used when speaking or writing to one or more people to show that something belongs to them or is connected with them:
Could you move your car?
Is that your brother over there?
Don’t worry. It’s not your fault.
Be aware of your own feelings.
2 . of or belonging to any person:
If you are facing north, east is on your right.
3 . informal used when mentioning something that is a typical example of a particular type of thing:
It was just your basic, ordinary hotel room – nothing special.
Your typical 60s pop group had three guitarists and a drummer.
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English. Longman - Словарь современного английского языка. 2012