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American English: /jərˈsɛlf/
British English: /jɔːˈsɛlf/
, /jʊəˈsɛlf/, /jəˈsɛlf/

Translation of yourself in Spanish:


  • 1.1 (reflexive) See examples: describe yourself
    stop thinking about yourself
    deje de pensar en sí mismo
    deja de pensar en ti mismo
    were you by yourself?
    ¿estaba solo/sola?
    ¿estabas solo/sola?
    1.2 (emphatic use)
    usted mismo, (usted misma)
    tú mismo, (tú misma)
    did you make it yourself?
    ¿lo hizo usted mismo/misma?
    ¿lo hiciste tú mismo/misma?
    suit yourself
    haga lo que quiera
    you're a musician yourself, I hear
    usted también es músico, tengo entendido
    tú también eres músico, tengo entendido
    Example sentences
    • If you could please refer yourselves to the summons on page 22 of the application book.
    • The dancers are competent but seemed rather stiff it's panto girls and boys, let yourselves go!
    • The twist in the end makes the film and I'll let you see it for yourselves.
    Example sentences
    • Mr Mahroof, I am particularly interested in how people like yourselves get onto the front row.
    • People such as yourselves ought to have the right to vote revoked immediately!
    • You have to show yourselves as people with open minds, receptive to the ideas of independent voices in the boardroom.
    1.3 (normal self) See examples: just relax and be yourself
    relájate y compórtate con naturalidad
    you're not being yourself today
    hoy no eres el/la de siempre
    uno mismo, (una misma)

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