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

self-portrait

noun [C]     /ˌselfˈpɔːtreɪt/
a picture that you draw or paint of yourselfPhotographyPictures
Translations of “self-portrait”
in Vietnamese bức tự hoạ…
in Spanish autorretrato…
in Thai ภาพวาดของตัวเองที่เราทำขึ้น…
in Malaysian potret diri…
in French autoportrait…
in German das Selbstportait…
in Chinese (Traditional) 自畫像, 自我寫照…
in Indonesian potret diri…
in Russian автопортрет…
in Turkish oto portre…
in Chinese (Simplified) 自画像, 自我写照…
in Polish autoportret…
(Definition of self-portrait from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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