Definitions for oneselfwʌnˈsɛlf, wʌnz-
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
or one's self
a person's self (used as a reflexive or emphatic form of one ):
One should be able to laugh at oneself.
Idioms for oneself:
be oneself, to be in one's normal state of mind or physical condition. to be unpretentious and sincere.
by oneself, without a companion; alone. through one's own efforts; unaided.
Origin of oneself:
The person, previously mentioned.
One can teach oneself to do this.
A person's self - a general form of himself, herself or yourself
Teaching oneself to swim can be dangerous.
Origin: A contracted form of one's self
Translations for oneself
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
used as the object of a verb, the subject of which is one
One should wash oneself every morning.
- jou, jouselfAfrikaans
- نَفْسَه: مَفْعول بِهArabic
- (verbo)-sePortuguese (BR)
- sich selberGerman
- τον εαυτόGreek
- se, sí mismoSpanish
- خودش راFarsi
- se, soi-mêmeFrench
- स्वयं, खुदHindi
- svi, svatkoCroatian
- sjálfur, sig, sjálfan sigIcelandic
- si, se stessoItalian
- (one의 재귀 목적어) 자기 자신Korean
- savæs, save, sau, savimi, savyje, -s, -si-Lithuanian
- sev; seviLatvian
- seg (selv)Norwegian
- خودش راPersian
- خپل ځانPashto
- se; pe sineînsuşiRomanian
- sam sebeSlovenian
- sig [själv]Swedish
- kendine, kendisineTurkish
- 自己Chinese (Trad.)
- себе, собіUkrainian
- bản thânVietnamese
- 自己Chinese (Simp.)
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