I.one's [Brit wʌnz, Am wənz] In French determiners agree in gender and number with the noun they qualify. So when one's is used as a determiner it is translated by son + masculine singular noun ( son argent), by sa + feminine noun ( sa voiture) BUT by son + feminine noun beginning with a vowel or mute h ( son assiette) and by ses + plural noun ( ses enfants).
When one's is stressed, à soi is added after the noun.
When one’s is used in expressions such as to brush one’s teeth where an indirect reflexive verb is used in French, it is translated by le/la/les: to brush one’s teeth = se laver les dents; .
For examples and particular usages see the entry one’s.
one's → one is, → one has
II.one's [Brit wʌnz, Am wənz] DET