self

self
self
plural - selves; noun
1) (a person's own body and personality.) uno mismo
2) (one's own personal interests or advantage: He always thinks first of self.) sí mismo
- selfishly
- selfishness
- selfless
- selflessly
- selflessness

self n ser / sí mismo
Jane will soon be her usual self again Jane pronto volverá a ser la misma de siempre
El plural de self es selves
self
tr[self]
noun (pl selves)
1 ser nombre masculino, uno,-a mismo,-a, sí mismo,-a
one's better self su lado bueno
one's true self su verdadero carácter
he was his usual self again volvió a ser él mismo
2 (one's own interest) sí mismo,-a
he thinks only of self sólo piensa en sí mismo
3 (in psychology) yo
my other self mi otro yo
self ['sɛlf] n, pl selves ['sɛlvz]
1) : ser m , persona f
the self: el yo
with his whole self: con todo su ser
her own self: su propia persona
2) side: lado (de la personalidad)
his better self: su lado bueno
self
adj.
mismo, -a adj.
adj.indef.
mismo adj.indef.
n.
(§ pl.: selves) = mismo s.m.
uno mismo s.m.
pron.
mismo pron.
sí mismo pron.
self
count noun (pl selves)

she's her old self again — vuelve a ser la de antes

you're not your usual cheerful self — no estás tan alegre como de costumbre

[self]
1.
N
(pl selves) uno(-a) mismo(-a) m / f

the self — el yo

my better self — mi lado bueno

my former self — el que era

my true self — mi verdadero yo

he's quite his old self again — vuelve a ser el que era

if your good self could possibly ... — also hum si usted tuviera la suprema amabilidad de ...

he thinks of nothing but self — no piensa más que en sí mismo

2.
CPD

self worth N — autoestima f

* * *
[self]
count noun (pl selves)

she's her old self again — vuelve a ser la de antes

you're not your usual cheerful self — no estás tan alegre como de costumbre


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

Mira otros diccionarios:

  • Self — Self, n.; pl. {Selves}. 1. The individual as the object of his own reflective consciousness; the man viewed by his own cognition as the subject of all his mental phenomena, the agent in his own activities, the subject of his own feelings, and the …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • self- — ♦ Élément, de l angl. self « soi même ». ⇒ auto . self élément, de l angl. self, qui signifie soi même . ⇒SELF , élém. de compos. Élém. tiré de l angl. self « soi même », de même sens, entrant dans la constr. de subst. empr. à l angl. ou faits… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • self — self, the self In sociology, the concept of self is most frequently held to derive from the philosophies of Charles Horton Cooley , William James , and George Herbert Mead , and is the foundation of symbolic interactionism . It highlights the… …   Dictionary of sociology

  • self — /self/, n., pl. selves, adj., pron., pl. selves, v. n. 1. a person or thing referred to with respect to complete individuality: one s own self. 2. a person s nature, character, etc.: his better self. 3. personal interest. 4. Philos. a …   Universalium

  • self — self; self·dom; self·hood; self·ish·ness; self·ism; self·ist; self·less; self·ness; self·same·ness; thy·self; un·self; do it your·self; do it your·self·er; non·self; it·self; self·ish; self·ward; self·ish·ly; self·ward·ness; self·wards; …   English syllables

  • Self — объектно ориентированный, прототипный язык программирования, который задумывался как развитие языка Smalltalk. Разрабатывался в лаборатории Xerox PARC, а потом в Стэндфордском университете. Это была экспериментальная разработка, целью которой… …   Википедия

  • self — W3S2 [self] n plural selves [selvz] [: Old English;] 1.) [C usually singular] the type of person you are, your character, your typical behaviour etc sb s usual/normal self ▪ Sid was not his usual smiling self. be/look/feel (like) your old self… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • self — W3S2 [self] n plural selves [selvz] [: Old English;] 1.) [C usually singular] the type of person you are, your character, your typical behaviour etc sb s usual/normal self ▪ Sid was not his usual smiling self. be/look/feel (like) your old self… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • self — [ self ] (plural selves [ selvz ] ) noun *** count or uncount who you are and what you think and feel, especially the conscious feeling of being separate and different from other people: sense of self: Young babies do not have a fully developed… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • self- — is a highly productive prefix forming compounds of various types, in most of which self acts as the object on which the action or attribute signified by the second element operates, e.g. self betrayal (= betrayal of oneself), self awareness (=… …   Modern English usage

  • self- — [self] [ME < OE < self: see SELF] prefix 1. of oneself or itself: refers to the direct object of the implied transitive verb [self love, self restraint] 2. by oneself or itself: refers to the subject of the implied verb [self acting] 3. in …   English World dictionary

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