Hindi translation of 'myself'
myself /maɪˈself माइˈसेल्फ़्/
A speaker or writer uses myself to refer to himself or herself. Myself is used as the object of a verb or preposition when the subject refers to the same person.
I asked myself what I should do.
I looked at myself in the mirror.
You use myself to emphasize a first person singular subject. Some speakers use myself instead of 'me' as the object of a verb or preposition.
I myself enjoy cinema.
...a complete beginner like myself.
If you say something such as 'I did it myself', you are emphasizing that you did it, rather than anyone else.
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Example Sentences Including 'myself'
I got up and wandered up Charing Cross Road until I found myself in Bloomsbury.THE EXECUTION (2002)
I pulled over for a minute or two and kind of slapped myself about the face, as if to wake myself up.THE EXECUTION (2002)
Even as I put my shoes on and found my keys I was telling myself how stupid I was.THE EXECUTION (2002)
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'myself' in Other Languages
- Arabic: نَفْسِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: eu mesmo eu mesma
- Chinese: 我自己
- Croatian: sebe
- Czech: se si
- Danish: mig selv
- Dutch: mijzelf
- European Spanish: me
- Finnish: minä itse
- French: moi-même
- German: ich selbst
- Greek: εγώ ο ίδιος εγώ η ίδια
- Italian: me stesso
- Japanese: 私自身
- Korean: 내 자신
- Norwegian: meg selv
- Polish: siebie
- Portuguese: a mim mesmo a mim mesma
- Romanian: eu însumi/însămi
- Russian: себя
- Spanish: me
- Swedish: mig själv
- Thai: ตัวของฉัน
- Turkish: kendim
- Ukrainian: себе
- Vietnamese: chính tôi
Translation of myself from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary