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1them

pronoun \(th)əm, ˈthem, after p, b, v, f, also əm\

—used to refer to certain people, animals, or things as the objects of a verb or preposition

: him or her

: those

Full Definition of THEM

objective case of they
1
:  they 1 —used as object of a verb or preposition <took them back> <gave it to them>
2
:  those —used especially as antecedent to a relative pronoun <the best of them that speak this speech — Shakespeare> —used as the subject of a verb chiefly in nonstandard speech and for humorous effect <them is fighting words>
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First Known Use of THEM

bef 12th century

Rhymes with THEM

2them

adjective \ˈthem\

Definition of THEM

nonstandard
:  those —used chiefly in nonstandard speech and for humorous effect

First Known Use of THEM

1594
THEM Defined for Kids

them

pronoun \thəm, ˈthem\

Definition of THEM for Kids

objective case of they

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