Definition of you and yours in US English:

you and yours


  • You together with your family and close friends.

    • ‘A very happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.’
    • ‘From my family and I to you and yours, I wish you all a very merry Christmas and a prosperous and successful New Year.’
    • ‘May God bless you and yours always.’
    • ‘It's much harder to deny someone their legal rights or to consign them to the fires of hell when they are in front of you with their families, looking not that different from you and yours.’
    • ‘There is something I want Miss Archer here to tell you and yours after my two guys leave.’
    • ‘The decisions rest solely on you and yours.’
    • ‘If it's just you and yours, don't sweat, you can still enjoy a moment of piece and quiet.’
    • ‘We would also be happy to hear news of you and yours or pass on any special greetings you may have.’
    • ‘All right, Amy Dickinson, happy holidays to you and yours.’
    • ‘Do you and yours play the family shopping game, Deception?’