English version

have (got) something/somebody (all) to yourself

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave (got) something/somebody (all) to yourselfhave (got) something/somebody (all) to yourselfALONEWITHif you have a place, time, or person all to yourself, you do not have to share them with anyone else He couldn’t wait to have Beth all to himself. It was the first time I’d had a room to myself. have
Examples from the Corpus
have (got) something/somebody (all) to yourselfHelen used to have the house to herself.I must have been jealous of her life away from me, and wished to have her entirely to myself.Most of the people in the boardinghouse would go home, and he and I would have the house to ourselves.Mummy stopped the car at once, even though the pizza parlour was so crowded that they couldn't have a table to themselves.Of course, the Little Sprouts and the Plumpsters could have kept to themselves.She regrets she is so much in the way of the young people, who really should have some time to themselves.They could; and should have won this match and the players have to look to themselves.I have said to myself that that is wrong.
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