English version

(all) by itself

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English(all) by itself(all) by itselfa) ALONEalone Will the dog be safe left in the car by itself? b) HELPwithout help or without a person making it work The door seemed to open all by itself. itself
Examples from the Corpus
(all) by itselfThe door's not going to close by itself.Will the dog be safe left in the car by itself?About twice as many, for depression by itself.But then, I think the Nagumo Force can handle this operation all by itself.It's in there by itself.Perhaps now he could see why the drawing was in a space by itself.The growth in members is meaningless all by itself.Let the fatuous sun shine by itself and let's head for the moon.The threat of lawsuits by itself is a major factor in driving up health care costs.To begin with, by itself it doesn't produce anything.
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