English version

(all) by ourselves

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English(all) by ourselves(all) by ourselvesa) ALONEalone We weren’t supposed to play by ourselves near the pond. b) HELPwithout help from anyone else I knew that Tim and I wouldn’t be able to do the whole job by ourselves. ourselves
Examples from the Corpus
(all) by ourselvesThis year we wanted to take a vacation by ourselves.We can manage very well by ourselves.We built the wall all by ourselves.And when the blur does clear, we imagine that we have made it do so all by ourselves.Our car was half full, and we were assigned to a row by ourselves.The walls of our imprisonment were there before we appeared on the scene, but they are ever rebuilt by ourselves.We believe we should resolve our issues by ourselves...This information will be considered by ourselves at the key features review and due diligence stages.Kip and I would have been helpless, by ourselves, in the situation, and Martinez probably intuited it.These services will be provided either directly by ourselves or by independently contracted suppliers.
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