Translation of self-induced in Spanish:

self-induced

autoprovocado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌsɛlfɪnˈdjuːst//ˈˌsɛlf ənˈd(j)ust/

adjective

  • 1

    (trance/illness) autoprovocado
    • It is harder - or so one might think - to maintain illusions about the self-induced nature of poverty when the conversation shifts to the working poor.
    • I'm there to upset the status quo of someone's self-induced limitation.
    • One pathogenic method strongly associated with eating-disordered cognitions and behaviors, specifically bulimia nervosa, is intentional, or self-induced, vomiting.
    • Perhaps my finest hour for sheer self-induced mortification was the Christmas when I was just 18.
    • For the life of me, I cannot imagine any non-comatose thinking person in the 1930s not seriously contemplating a socialist solution to capitalism's self-induced catastrophe.
    • Paralysis is self-induced as literally demonstrated by the viewer's reaction to the work.
    • It raises the spectre of a self-induced, albeit temporary, recession in the world's biggest economy and a consequent reduction in demand for Irish exports which now exceed €100 billion.
    • They think they are unclean and their condition is self-induced.
    • Considering the frequency with which the above names keep turning up at these panels, perhaps maybe the stasis is a bit self-induced?
    • In desperation I turned to that old standby, the self-induced trance.
    • The findings also showed a clear increase in the amount of people engaging in potentially dangerous behaviour to control weight gain including fasting, excessive exercising, self-induced vomiting and the misuse of laxatives.
    • There are a lot of areas where the market could be shifted to curb further destruction caused by what could be self-induced fires.
    • There was a lot of pressure on the boy, partly self-induced, but he responded magnificently.
    • There has never been a time when there have been more accessible sources of information from which to become informed on the issues, so get out of that self-induced cave and inform yourself.
    • Without a positive, forward-looking case for nuclear power - instead of it being presented as something necessary to save mankind from almost certain self-induced doom - the argument will never really be won.
    • For the rest of us, this will probably qualify as something of a loss, if only because this nasty, wicked little place will no longer be able to offer up an instructional lesson in the costs of self-induced isolation.
    • It's even of more concern when the fact that much of it is self-induced is taken into account.
    • Characteristics due to self-induced abuse, such as alcohol, drugs or glue-sniffing, cannot be relevant.
    • As a general rule, a parent cannot avoid child support obligations by a self-induced reduction of income.
    • Their addiction is self-induced, and it is obviously giving them pleasure.
  • 2

    Electricity
    (voltage) autoinducido