myself 英 [maɪˈself]   美 [maɪˈsɛlf]

myself

myself  英 [maɪˈself] 美 [maɪˈsɛlf]

pron. 我自己;我亲自;我的正常的健康状况和正常情绪 

I cut myself on a knife. 我用刀时割伤了自己。
I live by myself 我自己一个人生活。

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  • pron. 我自己;我亲自;我的正常的健康状况和正常情绪
  • 1. I cut myself on a knife.

    我用刀时割伤了自己。

  • 2. I live by myself

    我自己一个人生活。

  • 3. I'll speak to her myself.

    我要亲自去跟她说。

  • 4. I found myself unable to speak.

    我发现自己说不出话了。

  • myself (pron.) c. 1500, alteration of meself, from Old English phrase (ic) me self, where me is "a kind of ethical dative" [OED], altered in Middle Ages from meself on analogy of herself, with her- felt as genitive; though analogous hisself remains bad form.
my·self / maɪˈself ; NAmE maɪˈself / pronoun 1 ( the reflexive form of I *I 的反身形式 ) used when the speaker or writer is also the person affected by an action (用于动作影响说话人或作者时)我自己 I cut myself on a knife. 我用刀时割伤了自己。 I wrote a message to myself. 我给自己留了个便条。 I found myself unable to speak. 我发现自己说不出话了。 I haven't been feeling myself recently (= I have not felt well). 我最近感觉不太好。 I needed space to be myself (= not influenced by other people). 我需要给自己留点儿空间。 2 used to emphasize the fact that the speaker is doing sth (强调说话者在做某事)我本人,亲自 I'll speak to her myself. 我要亲自去跟她说。 I myself do not agree. 我本人不同意。 IDIOMS (all) by myˈself 1 alone; without anyone else (我)独自,单独 I live by myself 我自己一个人生活。 2 without help (我)独立地 I painted the room all by myself. 我独自一人粉刷了屋子。 (all) to myˈself for the speaker or writer alone; not shared 独自享用 I had a whole pizza to myself. 我独自吃了一整个比萨饼。 my·self / maɪˈself ; NAmE maɪˈself /
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