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Translation of "itself" - English-Turkish dictionary

itself

pronoun     /ɪtˈself/
REFLEXIVE
A2 the reflexive form of the pronoun 'it' kendi, kendisi, kendisini The cat licked itself clean.Reflexive formsPersonal pronouns
EMPHASIS
B1 used to emphasize the particular thing you are referring to kendi, bizzat, bizzat kendisi The garden is enormous but the house itself is very small.Personal pronouns
(all) by itself
B1 alone tek başına The dog was in the house by itself for several days.AloneSeparateness and isolation in space
automatically otomatik olarak, kendiliğinden The heating comes on by itself.Mechanical engineering
in itself
as the only thing being talked about and nothing else aslında, haddi zatında, kendi başına düşünüldüğünde You've managed to complete the course - that in itself is an achievement.Personal pronouns
(Definition of itself from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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