pron. 自己; 亲自
A speaker or writer uses oneself as the object of a verb or preposition in a clause where 'oneself' meaning 'me' or 'any person in general' refers to the same person as the subject of the verb.
One must apply oneself to the present and keep one's eyes firmly fixed on one's future goals...
To work one must have time to oneself.
Oneself can be used as the object of a verb or preposition, when 'one' is not present but is understood to be the subject of the verb.
The historic feeling of the town makes it a pleasant place to base oneself for summer vacations...
The only guarantee of having a cabin to oneself is by travelling first class...
To do something oneself means to do it without any help from anyone else.
It is a very rewarding exercise to work this out oneself...
Some things one must do oneself.
You use oneself to emphasize that something happens to you rather than to people in general.
It is better to die oneself than to kill.
Where is OK brainwashing, let me forget joy, forget pain, forget oneself?
什么地方可以洗脑, 让我忘记快乐, 忘记伤痛, 忘记自己?
Cannot, I will not care about any idle talk, will complete oneself duty.
不会, 我不会在意任何闲话, 做好自己本分.
I really feel that the oneself is not devoid of any merit!
I hereby authorized use of oneself credit card to guarantee the reservation with Cinese Hotel.
The foreign girl: Why must control oneself?
外国女孩: 为什么要强求约束自己 呢 ?