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to know oneself

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  • Know thyself — For other uses, see Know thyself (disambiguation). Gnothi seauton redirects here. For other uses see Gnothi seauton (disambiguation) A stained glass window in a public building in Ludwigshafen, Germany with the contracted version γνῶθι σαυτόν.… …   Wikipedia

  • oneself — one|self [wʌnˈself] pron formal the ↑reflexive form of ↑one 3(2) ▪ It is only through study that one really begins to know oneself …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • oneself — pronoun formal the reflexive form of one 3 (2): It is only through study that one really begins to know oneself. see one 3, yourself …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • know which side one's bread is buttered on — know who can help one and try to please him, know what is good for oneself He is careful not to make his boss angry. He knows which side his bread is buttered on …   Idioms and examples

  • know — [[t]no͟ʊ[/t]] ♦ knows, knowing, knew, known 1) VERB: no cont If you know a fact, a piece of information, or an answer, you have it correctly in your mind. [V n] I don t know the name of the place... [V …   English dictionary

  • know — I. verb (knew; known; knowing) Etymology: Middle English, from Old English cnāwan; akin to Old High German bichnāan to recognize, Latin gnoscere, noscere to come to know, Greek gignōskein Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. a. (1) …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • full of oneself — adjective Egotistical, believing oneself to be superior to others; preoccupied with ones own work, interests, point of view, etc. I thought it not amiss to write him a line to let him know the regard you had for him, for as I know him to be… …   Wiktionary

  • put\ oneself\ in\ another's\ place — • put oneself in another s place • put oneself in another s shoes v. phr. To understand another person s feeling imaginatively; try to know his feelings and reasons with understanding; enter into his trouble. It seemed like a dreadful thing for… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • put\ oneself\ in\ another's\ shoes — • put oneself in another s place • put oneself in another s shoes v. phr. To understand another person s feeling imaginatively; try to know his feelings and reasons with understanding; enter into his trouble. It seemed like a dreadful thing for… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • bring oneself to do smth — (from Idioms in Speech) to get oneself to do something, to make oneself do something I could not bring myself to tell him that I had not seen Jean for the past four days. (A. Cronin) With a considerable effort, he brought himself to look the… …   Idioms and examples

  • put oneself in another's place — or[put oneself in another s shoes] {v. phr.} To understand another person s feeling imaginatively; try to know his feelings and reasons with understanding; enter into his trouble. * /It seemed like a dreadful thing for Bob to do, but I tried to… …   Dictionary of American idioms

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