yourself

yourself
/jɔ:'self/ * đại từ phản thân (số nhiều yourselves) - tự anh, tự chị, chính anh, chính mày, tự mày, tự mình =you mush wash yourself+ mày phải tắm rửa đi =you yourself said so; you said so yourself+ chính anh đã nói thế =you are not quite yourself today+ hôm nay anh không được bình thường =help yourself to some more meat+ mời anh xơi thêm thịt =how's yourself?+ (từ lóng) còn anh có khoẻ không? =be yourself!+ hãy trấn tĩnh lại! ![all] by yourself - một mình =finish it by yourself+ hãy làm xong cái đó lấy một mình =you'll be left by yourself+ anh bị bỏ lại một mình

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  • Yourself — Your*self , pron.; pl. {Yourselves}. [Your + self.] An emphasized or reflexive form of the pronoun of the second person; used as a subject commonly with you; as, you yourself shall see it; also, alone in the predicate, either in the nominative or …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • yourself — [yoor self′, yərself′] pron. pl. yourselves [yoorselvz′, yərselvz′] 1. a form of YOU, used: a) as an intensifier [you yourself told me] b) as a reflexive [you must protect yourselves] c) with the meaning “your real, true, or actual self” [ …   English World dictionary

  • yourself — yourself, yourselves Yourself (singular) and yourselves (plural) have two primary roles, (1) as reflexives (Are you talking about yourself? / Help yourselves to biscuits), and (2) as emphatic words in apposition to the pronoun you (You yourself… …   Modern English usage

  • yourself — by early 14c., from YOUR (Cf. your) + SELF (Cf. self). Plural yourselves first recorded 1520s …   Etymology dictionary

  • yourself — ► PRONOUN (second person sing. ) (pl. yourselves) 1) used as the object of a verb or preposition when this is the same as the subject of the clause and the subject is the person or people being addressed. 2) (emphatic ) you personally …   English terms dictionary

  • yourself */*/*/ — UK [jə(r)ˈself] / US [jʊrˈself] / US [jɔrˈself] pronoun Word forms yourself : plural yourselves UK [jə(r)ˈselvz] / US [jʊrˈselvz] / US [jɔrˈselvz] Summary: Yourself and yourselves are reflexive pronouns, being the reflexive forms of you. They can …   English dictionary

  • yourself — your|self [ jur self, jɔr self ] (plural your|selves [ jur selvz, jɔr selvz ] ) pronoun *** Yourself and yourselves are reflexive pronouns, being the reflexive forms of you. They can be used in the following ways: as an object that refers to the… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • yourself — your|self W2S1 [jo:ˈself US jo:r ] pron [reflexive form of you ] plural yourselves [ ˈselvz] 1.) used when talking to someone to show that they are affected by their own action ▪ Look at yourself in the mirror. ▪ Come and warm yourselves by the… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • yourself — pronoun plural yourselves / selvz/ 1 the reflexive form of you : Mind you don t hurt yourself with those scissors. | Go and buy yourself an ice cream. 2 used as a stronger form of “you”: You yourself said he was a dead loss. | If you don t trust… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • yourself — [[t]jɔː(r)se̱lf, jʊə(r) [/t]] ♦♦ yourselves (Yourself is the second person reflexive pronoun.) 1) PRON REFL: v PRON, prep PRON A speaker or writer uses yourself to refer to the person that they are talking or writing to. Yourself is used when the …   English dictionary

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