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(all) to themselves

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English(all) to themselves(all) to themselvesSHAREif people have something to themselves, they do not have to share it with anyone They had the whole beach to themselves. themselves
Examples from the Corpus
(all) to themselvesThey had the whole beach to themselves.And they like it to themselves.But they like to keep their political preferences to themselves.I thought the fund was to help Gaels speak to the rest of us and not only to themselves.I wanted to see these amazing sportsmen at home and in their own environment, where they remain true to themselves.Right now, the Howards are just grateful for some time to themselves.Their survival is vital, not only to themselves, but to large companies which depend on their products and services.You know who talks to themselves the most?And they say to themselves, what will last?
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