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self-inflicted

adjective
 
 
/ˌselfɪnˈflɪktɪd/
If an injury or a problem is self-inflicted, you have caused it yourself.Causing somebody to actUrging and persuading
Translations of “self-inflicted”
in Spanish autoinfligido…
in French volontaire…
in German selbstzugefügt…
in Chinese (Traditional) 施加於自身的…
in Russian причиненный самому себе…
in Turkish kendi kendini yaralayan/inciten…
in Chinese (Simplified) 施加于自身的…
in Polish zadany własną ręką, na własne życzenie…
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