Translation of self-improvement in Spanish:

self-improvement

autosuperación, n.

Pronunciation ///ˈˌsɛlf əmˈpruvmənt/

noun

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    autosuperación feminine
    • She said that she was studying English at the university due to personal interest, with the purpose of self-improvement.
    • There is an ingrained faith that effort and self-improvement will be rewarded, and that if things go wrong it is up to you to fix them.
    • They vary their methods of study and practice in order to discover new strategies for self-improvement.
    • The concern for self-improvement and bettering one's social status carried over to their communal home, the church.
    • It sounds convincingly like self-improvement.
    • He does so in the knowledge that it is a means to self-improvement.
    • The diploma he will receive when he graduates will open many doors to further self-improvement.
    • To guide another to self-improvement is the highest calling.
    • Many faculty members find that the process of developing a portfolio stimulates self-improvement.
    • Most people go about their daily lives committed to self-improvement and informal ways of learning.
    • Readers seeking inspiration and encouragement can choose from a number of books dealing with popular psychology and self-improvement.
    • As I have shown, the structure of opportunities in late imperial society was predicated on self-improvement in the management of human relationships.
    • The book's themes of character and self-improvement were developed from his years swimming for Dartmouth.
    • This was mitigated by Scotland's commitment, obsession even, with learning and self-improvement.
    • At least one Scottish educational virtue - self-improvement - still thrives.
    • The first step toward self-improvement begins with the desire to improve.
    • When the hunger for success diminishes the comfort zone beckons and the need for continuous self-improvement begins to take a back seat.
    • A lot of what people do for fun, or for self-realisation or self-improvement, revolves around knowledge.
    • In the off-season try to work to improve yourself, because self-improvement is greatly appreciated by the coaches.
    • Education, self-improvement and enterprise were, historically, the natural instincts of Scots.