英 [ðəm'selvz] 美 [ðəm'selvz]
- pron. 他/她/它们自己；他/她/它们亲自；指性别不详的人时用以代替himself或herself
- 指性别不详的人时，用以代替 himself 或 herself
- 他〔她,它〕们自己 a word that shows the same people, animals or things that you have just talked about
- They finished the work by themselves.
- They demand the right to govern themselves.
- They painted the house themselves.
- They themselves made the decision.
- Everyone has to look after themselves.
- They washed themselves in the river.
- You had better ask the students themselves.
- They themselves have often made that mistake.
- They decided to go there themselves.
- Who suffer by their whims?Themselves always.
- Those poor children were themselves.
- They soon came to themselves.
- by themselves
全靠他们自己alone; without help
- in themselves
本身,自身without considering the rest
They were not themselves tempted by success.出自： I. Murdoch
The offices themselves were grand.出自： P. Ackroyd