English version

have something (all) to himself

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave something (all) to himselfhave something (all) to himselfif a man or boy has something to himself, he does not have to share it with anyone else John at last had a bedroom all to himself. himself
Examples from the Corpus
have something (all) to himselfJerry wanted to have the company all to himself.But he might just as well have been talking to himself.Did Mr Oakley mean he was going to have a room to himself?She had hoped Travis would have kept it to himself.I wanted Seve to have the stage to himself - he'd earned it.If he can't have you all to himself, he won't want you at all.
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