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Turkish translation of “themselves”

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themselves

pronoun
 
 
/ðəmˈselvz/
REFLEXIVE A2 the reflexive form of the pronoun 'they'
kendileri, kendilerine, kendilerini
They're both 16 - they're old enough to look after themselves.Reflexive forms
EMPHASIS B2 used to emphasize the pronoun 'they' or the particular group of people you are referring to
kendileri
They've decided to run the club themselves.Reflexive forms
(all) by themselves A2 alone or without anyone else's help
bizzat kendileri; kendi kendilerine; kendi başlarına
The kids arranged the party all by themselves.Unaided and working alone
(all) to themselves for their use only
kendileri için; sadece onların kendisi için
They had the whole campsite to themselves.ExcludingParticular and individual
(Definition of themselves from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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