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all / to have / to possess / to own
oneself / one's own
made in one's own country / made in China
  *亲* | 亲* | *亲
parent / one's own (flesh and blood) / relative / related / marriage / bride / close / intimate / in person / first-hand / in favor of / pro- / to kiss / (Internet slang) dear
alone / by oneself / on one's own
to take the initiative / to do sth of one's own accord / spontaneous / active / opposite: passive 被動|被动 / drive (of gears and shafts etc)
itself / oneself / one's own
to think (i.e. to take it to be true that ...) (Usually there is an implication that the notion is mistaken – except when expressing one's own current opinion.)
self-study / to study on one's own
to bring one's own / BYO / (of software) preinstalled
to have / to own / to hold / to occupy / to possess / to account for (a high proportion etc)
self-operated / to operate one's own business
to possess / to own / to have
conscious / aware / on one's own initiative / conscientious
all different / each unto his own
without permission / of one's own initiative
the Daoist doctrine of inaction / let things take their own course / laissez-faire
gunman / sharpshooter / sb who takes an exam for sb else / sb who produces a piece of work for sb else to pass off as their own
oneself / one's own family
to claim (as one's property) / to adopt (a child) / to accept (an illegitimate child as one's own)
one's own country
to witness / to see at first hand / to see with one's own eyes
one's own (child) (i.e. one's child by birth) / biological (parents) / birth (parents)
personally / with one's own hands
to be in a poor light / to do sth with one's back to the light / to stand in one's own light
to recount in one's own words / autobiography / written self-introduction
blood relations / one's own flesh and blood / kin
to borrow sth for another use / to borrow an idea for one's own use
to see with one's own eyes / to witness
to provide one's own... / own / self-provided / self-contained
(be) at one's own expense
from the beginning / always / to come of one's own accord
with one's own eyes / personally
one's own car (or motorbike) / vehicle for one's private use
independent / self-reliant / self-sustaining / to stand on one's own feet / to support oneself
one's line / one's own profession
lit. to fly one's banner on a solitary tree (idiom); fig. to act as a loner / to stand out / to develop one's own school / to have attitude of one's own
one's own (respective) / proprietary
in one's own handwriting
to see with one's own eyes / very soon
one's own mouth / fig. in one's own words / to say sth personally
sth written or painted in one's own hand / (of a writer, calligrapher or painter) skill / style / hand / (fig.) style shown in spending money, handling business etc / scale
one's own view / having definite opinions
to own a controlling number of shares in a company
regeneration through one's own effort (idiom) / self-reliance
our side / one's own (side etc)
each has its own merits (idiom)
lit. only one branch of the tree is thriving (idiom) / fig. to be in a league of one's own / outstanding
standard / one's own department or unit
lit. throw out a brick and get jade thrown back (idiom) / fig. to attract others' interest or suggestions by putting forward one's own modest ideas to get the ball rolling
own goal (football) / a goal in a sports match where the player accidentally puts the ball into his own goal
one's own mother / biological mother
local currency / our own currency / abbr. for 本位貨幣|本位货币
(my, your) own person / (to assert) one's own personality
to repeat (one's own words or sb else's) / (in the classroom) to paraphrase what one has learned
rich peasant / social class of people farming their own land, intermediate between land-owner class 地主 and poor peasant 貧農|贫农
one's own wishful thinking
to suffer as a consequence of one's own actions / you asked for it / to bring it on oneself (sth unpleasant)
lit. there are principles behind making money (idiom); fig. to have a knack for good business / knowing how to accumulate wealth / good at feathering one's own nest
to study on one's own / self-study
to continue in one's own way (idiom)
those on our side / ourselves / one's own people / one of us
Wu Sangui (1612-1678), Chinese general who let the Manchus into China and helped them establish the Qing Dynasty, later leading a revolt against Qing in an effort to start his own dynasty
to see for oneself / to see with one's own eyes
to use (sth) on its own
to be in charge in one's own house (idiom) / to be the master of one's own affairs
opinionated / having one's own strong views
ability to make one's own decisions
obstinately clinging to one's course (idiom) / willful / one's own way / dogmatic
personal gain / (one's own) selfish interest
without the freedom to act independently (idiom); involuntary / not of one's own volition / in spite of oneself
everyone gives their own view
to do things recklessly / to persist in doing sth in one's own way
to obtain by impersonation / to falsely claim as one's own
to discuss sth on its own merits / to judge the matter as it stands
one's own interests
to resist / to ward off / to hold one's own / to receive guests
to invite the groom (who will live with the bride's family) / to take a wife by one's own choice
to beat sb at their own game (idiom)
to grasp and own / to hold (power)
to honor old people as we do our own aged parents
each minding his own business
to be on one's own / to be left alone / to be left out
to think for oneself and act accordingly (idiom); to act on one's own initiative
lit. using straw boats to borrow arrows (idiom, from 三國演義|三国演义) / fig. to use others' manpower and resources for one's own ends
to sponsor / to adopt (pledge to give sb or sth one's special attention or support) / to adopt (choose to raise a child or animal as one's own)
to deceive others and to deceive oneself / to believe one's own lies
backbone / mainstay / pillar / definite view / one's own judgment
to find amusement in one's own way / to enjoy oneself quietly
lit. the Eight Immortals cross the sea, each showing his own special talent (idiom) / fig. (of each individual in a group) to give full play to one's unique capabilities
one's own father / biological father
to have a unique style of one's own (idiom)
to regard the four corners of the world all as home (idiom) / to feel at home anywhere / to roam about unconstrained / to consider the entire country, or world, to be one's own
undiscovered traitor / enemy within one's own ranks
(to act) on one's own initiative
The higher ups have policies while the lower downs have their own ways of getting around them. (idiom)
to form one's own group or school of thought / to set up one's own business / to establish oneself
each sticks to his own version (idiom); a dialogue of the deaf
to commit suicide by cutting one's own throat
lit. every turnip to its hole (idiom) / fig. each person has his own position / each to his own / horses for courses / every kettle has its lid

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