Translation for 'themselves' from English to Russian
PRON1   - | himself | -
PRON2   - | herself | -
PRON3   - | itself | -
(сами) себя {pron}themselves [direct / indirect object]
между собой {adv}among themselves
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Usage Examples English
  • When four people from very different backgrounds find themselves stuck in an elevator, they find themselves confronting each other and themselves.
  • 1% attributed themselves to being irreligious, 17.0% of residents attributed themselves to being Catholic, 7.1% attributed themselves to Hinduism, and 6.9% attributed themselves to being Eastern Orthodox.
  • 3% of people described themselves as white, 2.2% as having mixed or multiple ethnic groups, 1.1% as being British Asian and 0.1% as having other ethnicity.
  • Until 1989, most of the people called themselves "carașoveni" and their language "carașoveană" and considered themselves a people distinct to the other Slavic peoples around the area, such as Serbian, Croatian or Bulgarian.
  • The students of Goa Engineering College call themselves Engicos. However, not all post-graduate students identify themselves with this term.

  • 46% considered themselves liberal on social issues, while 35% considered themselves socially conservative.
  • Give someone enough rope, and they will hang themselves is a proverb or idiomatic expression meaning that given the opportunity, people will incriminate themselves.
  • One day they swore to warm themselves by throwing themselves into the sea.
  • Unlike computer viruses and worms, Trojans generally do not attempt to inject themselves into other files or otherwise propagate themselves.
  • Financial assistance (fjárhagsaðstoð) is for individuals and families who cannot support themselves and their livelihoods without assistance, with the aim of supporting people to help themselves and to be able to support themselves.

  • Historically, Ukrainians used the term "khokhol" amongst themselves as a form of ethnic self-identification, in order to visibly separate themselves from Russians.
  • The Miao of Tianlin County call themselves "Mengxia 孟夏", while the Zhuang call themselves Puyue 甫越 ("bu33 jui33"), the Han call themselves Kebianren 客边人 ('guest people'), and the Yi call themselves Buna 布那.
  • People who are marketing orientated see themselves as commodities and value themselves against the criterion of their ability to sell themselves.
  • In Switzerland, some cantons organize themselves into districts, while others dispense with districts and govern themselves at the [...] (constituency or electoral district) level.
  • 4% of the population described themselves as without a religion; 21.1% described themselves as Catholic, and 17.1% as Anglican.

  • 41% (or 45,987 persons) of the total population aged 15 and older identified themselves as Roman Catholic; 15.74% described themselves as evangelical Protestants; and 0.61% as Jehovah's Witnesses.
  • Privacy ([...] , [...]) is the ability of an individual or group to seclude themselves or information about themselves, and thereby express themselves selectively.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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