I Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of “I” in the English Dictionary

"I" in British English

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Ipronoun

uk   us   //
A1 used as the ​subject of a ​verb to refer to the ​personspeaking or writing: I ​love you. Am I ​invited? I'm not ​mistaken, am I? I'd like a ​coffee, ​please.
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(Definition of I from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"I" in American English

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Inoun [C]

(plural I’s or i’s) (also i)  us   /ɑɪ/

I noun [C] (LETTER)

the ninth ​letter of the ​Englishalphabet

Ipronoun

 us   /ɑɪ/

I pronoun (PERSON)

the ​personspeaking: I can ​see her ​car.

Inumber

(also i)  us   /ɑɪ, wʌn/

I number (NUMBER)

the Roman numeral for the ​number 1
(Definition of I from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “I”
in Korean 나…
in Arabic أنا…
in Malaysian I, i…
in French je, moi…
in Russian я…
in Chinese (Traditional) 字母, 英語字母表的第九個字母…
in Italian io…
in Turkish (zamir) ben…
in Polish ja…
in Spanish I, i…
in Vietnamese chữ cái I…
in Portuguese eu…
in Thai พยัญชนะตัวที่เก้าในภาษาอังกฤษ…
in German ich…
in Catalan jo…
in Japanese 私は(が)、ぼくは(が)、一人称単数主格代名詞…
in Chinese (Simplified) 字母, 英语字母表的第9个字母…
in Indonesian I…
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