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Meaning of "oneself" in Essential English Dictionary

oneself

pronoun   /wʌnˈself/ /wʌnˈself/ formal
the form of the pronoun ‘one’ when it refers to the person speaking or people in general: How can one protect oneself and one’s family?
Translations of “oneself”
in Korean 자기 자신…
in Arabic نَفسه…
in Portuguese si, si mesmo…
in Catalan un mateix…
in Japanese 自分自身…
in Italian se stesso, si…
in Chinese (Traditional) (代詞 one 的反身代詞)自己,自身…
in Russian себя, себе, собой…
in Turkish kendi, kendisi, kendine…
in Chinese (Simplified) (代词 one 的反身代词)自己,自身…
in Polish się, siebie, sobie…
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