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1. Used to refer to the female person or animal previously mentioned or implied. See Usage Notes at he1, I1, they.
2. Used to refer to a person whose gender is unspecified or unknown.
3. Used in place of it to refer to certain inanimate things, such as ships and nations, traditionally perceived as female: 'Went out and hopped in my old Ford / Hit the engine but she ain't turnin'(Bruce Springsteen).n.
A female animal or person. Sometimes used in combination: Is the cat a she? Is that a she-bear?
[Middle English, probably alteration of Old English sēo, feminine demonstrative pron.; see so- in Indo-European roots.]
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
1. refers to a female person or animal: she is a doctor; she's a fine mare.
2. refers to things personified as feminine, such as cars, ships, and nations
3. AustralandNZ an informal word for it13: she's apples; she'll be right. n
b. (in combination): she-cat.
[Old English sīe, accusative of sēo, feminine demonstrative pronoun]
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
she (ʃi) pron., sing. nom.she,poss.herhers,obj.her;pron.
1. the female person or animal being discussed or last mentioned; that female.
3. anything considered, as by personification, to be feminine: spring, with all the memories she conjures up.n.
5. an object or device considered as female or feminine.
[1125–75; Middle English, alter. of Old English sēo, sīo, sīe, feminine of sethe1; compare her]
s/he (ˈʃi ərˈhi, ˈʃiˈhi) pron.
she or he: used as an orthographic device to avoid he when the sex of the antecedent is unknown or irrelevant. Compare she/he.
usage: See he1.
Random House Kernerman Webster's College Dictionary, © 2010 K Dictionaries Ltd. Copyright 2005, 1997, 1991 by Random House, Inc. All rights reserved.
– they1. 'he'
He, him, his, and himself are sometimes used to refer back to an indefinite pronoun or to a word such as person, child, or student.
If anybody complained about this, he was told that things would soon get back to normal.
It won't hurt a child to have his meals at a different time.
Many people object to this use because it suggests that the person referred to is male.2. 'he or she'
You can sometimes use he or she, him or her, his or her, or himself or herself.
A parent may feel that he or she has nothing to give a child.
Anyone can call himself or herself a psychologist, even if untrained and unqualified.
Many people avoid these expressions because they think they sound clumsy and unnatural, especially when more than one of them is used in the same sentence.
In writing, some people use s/he to mean he or she.3. 'they'
Most people use they, them, and their.
Everyone thinks they know what the problems of living with a teenager are.
Often when we touch someone we are demonstrating our love for them.
This use used to be considered incorrect, but it is now the most common form in both spoken and written English, and is used in formal and informal writing.
It is often possible to avoid all the above uses. You can sometimes do this by using plurals. For example, instead of saying 'Every student has his own room', you can say 'All the students have their own rooms'. Instead of saying 'Anyone who goes inside must take off his shoes', you can say 'People who go inside must take off their shoes'.
she1. used as the subject of a verb
She can be the subject of a verb. You use she to refer to a woman, girl, or female animal that has already been mentioned, or whose identity is known.
The eggs of the female mosquito can only mature if she has a meal of human blood.
When the subject of a sentence is followed by a relative clause, you do not use she in front of the main verb. You do not say, for example, 'The woman who lives next door, she is a doctor'. You say 'The woman who lives next door is a doctor'.
The woman who owns this cabin will come back in the autumn.2. used to refer to things
She is sometimes used instead of 'it' to refer to a country, ship, or car.
Now Britain needs new leadership if she is to play a significant role shaping Europe's future development.
When the repairs had been done she was a fine and beautiful ship.
Collins COBUILD English Usage © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 2004, 2011, 2012
أي أنْثى، أي إمْرأَهمُؤَنَّثهِيَهي: ضَمير الغائِبَه
hunden kvindeden pige
(emphatic, to avoid ambiguity
) → ellawe went to the cinema but she didn't
→ nosotros fuimos al cine pero ella noit's she who
→ es ella quien ...you've got more money than she has
→ tienesmásdinero que ella
Don't translate the subject pronoun when not emphasizing or clarifying:she's very nice
→ es muymajashe's a teacher
→ es profesora
2. (frm) she who wishes to → quien desee ..., la quedesee ...
B.Nit's a she (= animal) → es hembra; (= baby) → es una niña
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005
(for girl, woman) → elle
She's very nice → Elle esttrèsgentille.
it is she who ... → c'est elle qui ...
there she is! → la voilà!
it's a she (for baby) → c'est une fille; (for animal) → c'est une femelle
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005
pron → sie; (of boats, cars etc) → es; she who …(liter) → diejenige, die …; it is she(form) → sie ist es
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007
a. (used of people, animals) → lei
she has gone out → è uscita
there she is → eccola
SHE didn't do it → non è stata lei a farlo
b. (used of countries, cars, ships) she does 0 to 60 in 10 seconds → ha un'accelerazione da 0 a 60 in 10 secondi
2.nit's a she (animal) (fam) (baby) → è una femmina
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
Murder She Wrote
1. a female person or animal already spoken about. When the girl saw us, she asked the time. sy هي: ضَمير الغائِبَه тя ela ona sie hun αυτήella tema (naissoost) او؛آن دختر يا زن hän elleהיא वह स्त्री ona ő (nőnemű) dia (perempuan) hún lei, ela, essa 彼女は 그 여자 ji viņa dia zijhunona هغه، دا(ښځه ela ea она ona ona ona hon เธอ o 她 вона مؤنث فرد یا جانور جس کا ذکر آ چکا ہو nó, bà, chị, cô ấy... 她
2. any female person. She who runs the fastest will be the winner. sy أي أنْثى، أي إمْرأَه тя aquela que ta diejenige den kvinde; den pige αυτήaquella, la (see) kes دختر يا زن se joka celleהיא कोई भी महिला ona ő (nőnemű), az, aki perempuan hún colei, quella 女性 여자 ta, kuri tā; viņa perempuan zijhunta ښځه aquela que aceea (care) та tá katera ona hon หล่อน kimse, kişi 任何女性 вона کوئی مؤنث شخص bất kì người phụ nữ nào （任何女性）她 noun
a female person or animal. Is a cow a he or a she? sy مُؤَنَّث женска fêmea samice eine Sie hun θηλυκόhembra, niña emane جانور ماذه nainen, naaras femelleנקבה कोई महिला या मादा पशु žena, žensko nő(stény) betina kvenkyns femmina 雌 여성, 암컷 patelė meitene; sieviete; (par dzīvnieku) mātīte betina zijhunnona ماده ژوى fêmea femelă лицо женского пола; животное женского пола, самка samica samica ona hon เพศเมีย dişi 女性，雌性 жінка کوئی مؤنث شخص یا جانور đàn bà, con gái, động vật cái 女性，雌 she-
female. a she-wolf. wyfie أنْثى الحَيَوان вълчица fêmea samice weiblich hun- θηλυκόςhembra emane, nais- دختر يا زن nais-, naaras- femelleנקבה स्त्री, मादा ženka nőstény- betina kvenkyns femmina 雌 암컷- patelė mātīte; māte betina vrouwtjes- hunn-samica ښځه fêmeaсамка, сука samica samica (volka) ženskog roda hon-, -hona เพศเมีย dişi ... 雌的 у складних словах означає самицю جانوروں کی مادہ cái 雌的
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary © 2006-2013 K Dictionaries Ltd.
→ هِيَ ona hunsie
She' S Not There Pdf Free Download Freeαυτήella hänelle onalei 彼女は 그 여자zijhunonaela
She' S Not There Pdf free. download fullона hon
Shell Shockers เธอo cô ấy她
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