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Meaning of “self-inflicted” - Learner’s Dictionary

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 Vietnamese tự đặt cho mình…
in Spanish autoinfligido…
in Thai ทำร้ายตัวเอง…
in Malaysian disengajakan…
in French volontaire…
in German selbstzugefügt…
in Chinese (Traditional) 施加於自身的…
in Indonesian dilakukan sendiri…
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…
(Definition of self-inflicted from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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