Traducción de self-defeating en Español:


contraproducente, adj.

Pronunciación ///ˈˌsɛlf dəˈfidɪŋ/


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    • Rather than being self-defeating, successful players are their own best friends.
    • There is something very self-defeating in being immoral on principle.
    • It seems to me that the idea is rather self-defeating.
    • Seldom will so much hot air have been expended by so many for such a meanly self-serving and self-defeating result.
    • Attempts at censorship are, in any case, self-defeating.
    • Also, as we have seen in Japan and elsewhere, prosperity is self-defeating.
    • Last week, I explained how violent acts of revolution would be self-defeating.
    • I suggested to him that the party's policy was self-defeating.
    • Given its findings, wouldn't that be a bit self-defeating?
    • If you value a higher number of automobiles on the highways and also assign high scores to clean air, it is more self-defeating criteria.
    • Such action is immoral, and it may also be self-defeating.
    • It's rough and tumble and often self-defeating, but at least it's democratic.
    • It looks to me like this silliness is rather quickly morphing into being both destructive and self-defeating.
    • Like most prejudice, it's not only baseless, it's self-defeating.
    • Making ourselves and our allies invisible out of protest is self-defeating.
    • Nothing could be more futile and self-defeating than such a strategy.
    • We cannot give in to nihilism or self-defeating subjectivism.
    • It's sort of like an appendage, and no matter how burdensome or self-defeating it is, it's just there.
    • The desperate drive for selfish gains is self-defeating.
    • Why engage in artistic efforts at all if they are essentially futile and self-defeating and devoid of truth?