Hindi translation of 'herself'
herself /həˈself हअˈसेल्फ़्/
You use herself to refer to the same woman, girl, or female animal that is mentioned as the subject of the clause, or as a previous object in the clause.
वह स्वयं(स्त्री के लिए प्रयुक्त)
She let herself out of the room.
Jane didn't feel good about herself.
You use herself to emphasize the female subject or object of a clause, and to make it clear who you are referring to.
Has anyone thought of asking Bethan herself?
If a girl or woman does something herself, she does it without any help or interference from anyone else.
The jam was marvellous. She had made it herself.
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Example Sentences Including 'herself'
She could barely hear herself think over the downpour pounding on the taut, oiled canopy.TREASON KEEP (2001)
The waiting began to wear on Adrina's nerves, and she found herself reassessing the intelligence of her captors.TREASON KEEP (2001)
I could see a little nick on the back of her neck where she'd cut herself shaving it.THE EXECUTION (2002)
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'herself' in Other Languages
- Arabic: نَفْسِهَا
- Brazilian Portuguese: ela mesma
- Chinese: 她自己
- Croatian: sama sebe
- Czech: se si
- Danish: hende selv
- Dutch: zichzelf
- European Spanish: se ella
- Finnish: hän itse naispuolinen
- French: elle-même
- German: sie selbst
- Greek: η ίδια
- Italian: se stessa
- Japanese: 彼女自身
- Korean: 그 여자 자신
- Norwegian: seg selv
- Polish: siebie
- Portuguese: ela mesma
- Romanian: ea însăși
- Russian: себя
- Spanish: se
- Swedish: hon själv
- Thai: หล่อนเอง
- Turkish: kendisi hanım
- Ukrainian: себе
- Vietnamese: tự cô ấy
Translation of herself from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary