When used as a reflexive pronoun, direct and indirect, oneself is translated by si : to hurt oneself = farsi male; to enjoy oneself = divertirsi. - When used in emphasis the translation is sé o se stesso : to do something oneself = fare qualcosa da sé. - For particular usages see the entry below.
si, sé, se stesso(after preposition)to wash, cut oneself to be sure of oneself to look pleased with oneself
sé, se stessoavere l'aria soddisfatta o compiaciutato have the house all to oneselfavere la casa tutta per séto talk to oneselfparlare da solo o fra sé e sé
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