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thyself

Pronunciation: /ðaɪˈself/

Translation of thyself in Spanish:

pronoun/pronombre

  • [archaic] know thyself conócete a ti mismo
    Example sentences
    • Does your content obey the first commandment of good copy: ‘Thou shalt put thy customer before thyself.’
    • We must respond - we must respond to that ancient command: ‘Physician, heal thyself.’
    • Trust thyself: every heart vibrates to that iron string.

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