mío means 'mine' in English.
Este libro es mío.
This book is mine.
Esta es mi casa.
This is my house.
Meaning: of mine
El coche rojo es de un amigo mío.
The red car is a friend of mine's.
A1: El libro es mío.
The book is mine.
A1: Esta casa es mía.
This house is mine.
A1: La mochila es mía.
The backpack is mine.
B1: Ese coche rojo es el mío.
That red car is mine.
B1: ¿Dónde está mi abrigo? Creo que lo dejé en el tuyo.
Where is my coat? I think I left it in yours.
B1: No puedo encontrar mis llaves. ¿Has visto las tuyas?
I can't find my keys. Have you seen yours?
C1: Me gustaría que este proyecto fuera mío.
I wish this project were mine.
C1: Si hubiera sabido, habría tomado una decisión diferente a la tuya.
If I had known, I would have made a different decision than yours.
C1: Aunque no comparto tu opinión, respeto la tuya.
Although I don't share your opinion, I respect yours.
Mío is a possessive pronoun in Spanish that means 'mine'. It is used to indicate ownership or possession of something. In Spanish, possessive pronouns agree in gender and number with the noun they refer to. Mío is the masculine singular form, and it changes to mía in the feminine singular, míos in the masculine plural, and mías in the feminine plural.
For example, if you want to say 'This book is mine', you would say 'Este libro es mío' in Spanish. Similarly, if you want to say 'These pens are mine', you would say 'Estos bolígrafos son míos'. Mío can be used with any type of noun, whether it's a person, an object, or an abstract concept.
It's important to note that mío is used as a standalone pronoun and does not require a noun after it. However, if you want to specify the noun being possessed, you can use the preposition de (of) followed by the definite article. For example, 'El coche es mío' means 'The car is mine', while 'El libro es el mío' means 'The book is mine'.