Translation of self-discovery in Spanish:

self-discovery

autodescubrimiento, n.

Pronunciation /ˈˌsɛlf dəˈskəv(ə)ri///

noun

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    autodescubrimiento masculine
    • These workshops utilize movement as a path to self-discovery and growth.
    • The docks represent your point of embarkation on this voyage of self-discovery.
    • The journey becomes a voyage of self-discovery.
    • Finally, by facilitating self-discovery and personal growth, autobiography has therapeutic power.
    • The result is a sublime and surreal saga of self-discovery and personal growth, of existential doubt and doubtful existences.
    • It's a metaphor for self-discovery if ever I've seen one.
    • It is the moving story of a courtesan and her voyage of self-discovery with the religious city of Kasi as the background.
    • Race and locale are less important than the fact that the young characters are in the process of self-discovery.
    • Amid the ever-changing scenery, the two men undergo their journeys of self-discovery, confronted by inequality and deprivation.
    • It is therefore an act of self-transformation, in a continuous process of evolution and self-discovery.
    • It is part of the process of self-discovery, of the very complicated moral problems Germany has with itself.
    • It is a journey, a process of self-discovery and usually a solitary one.
    • We take a voyage of self-discovery, and realise at the end of the journey, that we are humans with sentiments we cannot control.
    • Both weave seemingly different storylines and characters into a final tapestry of emotion and self-discovery.
    • The book is the result of his voyages of self-discovery.
    • These last poems provide instances of self-reflection and self-discovery.
    • Through self-reliance and self-discipline, the child is inspired to embark on a voyage of self-discovery.
    • The process of self-discovery was involved for both of these women.
    • However, on one fortunate day, Oscar gets the opportunity to play in the theatre, leading him on a path of self-discovery.
    • The second uses a historical event as a departure point for a test of oneself on a voyage of self-discovery.