Definition of self-imposed in English:

self-imposed

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adjective

(Of a task or circumstance) imposed on oneself, not by an external force: he went into self-imposed exile
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  • Being human, we will sometimes mess up and stray from our self-imposed task.
  • One can only hope that it won't neglect this important aspect of its self-imposed task.
  • After several years of self-imposed exile on an ocean liner, Richie is ready to come home and face his demons, and his two siblings have the same idea.

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