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them

pronoun   strong /ðem/ weak /ðəm/
A1 the group of people, animals, or things that have already been talked about ellos, ellas, los, las, les, a ellos, a ellas I’m looking for my keys – have you seen them?
(Definition of them from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

them

pronoun /ðəm, ðem/
(used as the object of verb or preposition)
people, animals, things etc already spoken about, being pointed out etc los, las (complemento directo); les (complemento indirecto); ellos, ellas (con preposición) Let’s invite them to dinner What will you do with them?
used instead of him, him or her etc where a person of unknown sex or people of both sexes are referred to le, la If anyone touches that, I’ll hit them.
themselves pronoun
used as the object of a verb or preposition when people, animals etc are the object of actions they perform se, sí mismos; se, sí mismas They hurt themselves They looked at themselves in the mirror.
used to emphasize they, them or the names of people, animals etc ellos mismos; ellas mismas They themselves did nothing wrong.
without help etc ellos mismos, ellos solos; ellas mismas, ellos mismos They decided to do it themselves.
(Definition of them from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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